CAR CRANKS OVER QUICKLY, BUT REFUSES TO START.
2001 Toyota Corolla • 99,250 miles
If I wait for the perfect oppurtunity, it will fire. While running, it runs smooth and as good as ever. If I turn off and don't allow car to get cold, it will start up quickly and normally. If I let it set for atleast 6-8 hours, then I am fighting to get it started again. 2001 Toyota Corolla 99,250 miles...runs like new and engine is clean. I have taken it to J.D. Byrider 3 times. No codes or freze frame data. No one knows why it doesn't start cold.
Coolant sensor may be an issue as it richens the fuel mixture in cold operation.
Even if the car runs great once it is started?
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