If you drive the vehicle on short trips or cold ambient temperature can cause the engine not to start up. Getting the engine hot and not allowing the engine to cool down too much (example going into a store for a few hours) will cause this. It's the nature of the beast.
What is happening is the engine adds more fuel for cold/short starting which can cause flooding preventing starting the engine. This is common on these Wankel engines. You can try pressing the accelerator completely to the floor while starting the engine. What this will do is shut down the fuel injectors from spraying fuel so you can clear out the flooded combustion chamber by cranking the engine. Then, attempt to start the engine again normally.
Saturday, January 18th, 2014 AT 10:17 PM