I will check those this morning. However, no offense intended:
There is a specific "thing" that causes the engine to 'not start' after it gets hot and you turn it off, wait a few minutes, and then try to start it again.
The engine is not getting fuel when this happens. Will the PCM or EEC shut off fuel when the ECT or something else gets hot.
Remember, the engine is not overheating. These beasts are huge and get hot, but it is not overheating.
I do appreciate your help
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 AT 9:18 AM