When the engine is warm, the car seems to have trouble starting: the engine cranks and starts per usual, but then immediately dies. If I press on the gas pedal as I start the vehicle, this does not seem to happen (although it might still run rough for a few minutes), so my guess is it has something to do with fuel getting to the engine. Other than this issue, the car starts, idles, and runs very well. I've considered vaporization, but am unsure if that happens on a non-carburetor engine, and am not sure what steps I would take to fix/check it.
Any direction you can provide would be appreciated. Let me know if you need further information.
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 30th, 2014 AT 7:28 AM