Okay. First, I am going to tell you what I think the problem is based on past experience. What I believe is happening is that the crankshaft sensor is most likely cracked. What I have seen happen is when the engine is cold, the sensor works. As the engine heats up, the sensor expands and spark is lost.
The only way we can be 100% sure that this is the problem is to have a scanner that can read real time data. When there is no spark and it won't start, we need to know if there is a signal from the crank sensor. No signal = bad sensor.
Friday, August 22nd, 2014 AT 7:20 PM