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Old 29 Jan 2004, 03:50 am
Steve Burley
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Default Civic (about 96) won't start when hot

Friend's Civic (approx 96) starts fine when cold, won't when hot. Any


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Old 05 Feb 2004, 07:30 am
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Default Re: Civic (about 96) won't start when hot

Sounds like 1 of 2 things it could either be 1: the main relay which when it
gets hot the solder joints seperate no contact means no fuel . or 2: the
igniter which controls spark release and ignition coil control if it gets
hot GOOD LUCK gettin your car started. have that replaced ASAP it causes
more expensive problems down the road.
My advice is have them both checked by an auto electrician .

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