Often times when a crankshaft position sensor starts going bad, it will fail when it's hot. Take a look through this link and let me know if it seems to mirror what you experience:
If that sounds correct, we need to confirm. To do so, when the engine fails to start, check for ignition spark to the plugs. Here is a link that shows how it's done:
if you have or have access to a live data scan tool, check for an RPM signal when cranking the engine. No signal usually indicates a bad sensor.
Next, if you confirm no spark, here is a link that shows how to replace a sensor in general:
Here are the directions specific to your vehicle. The attached pics correlate with the directions.
Remove the bolt and crank position sensor. Apply a light coat of engine oil to the O-ring on the crank position sensor. Install the crank position sensor with the bolt.
Torque : 10 Nm (102 kgf-cm, 7 ft-lbf)
Check out the diagrams (Below). Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.
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Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 AT 4:01 PM