my 1997 acura integra gsr wont start after It gets warm I have got new plugs and wires and it has spark so what else could it be?

Asked by Mar 20, 2014 at 03:41 PM about the 1997 Acura Integra GS-R

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it will start and I can drive it but only once a day when I shut it off it wont start again it still has spark just wont turn over.

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mine has started to do the same did you get yours working

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My car ALWAYS starts in the morning (When it is cool). I can drive for 10 mins, kill the car and try to start it again and nothing happens. No click, nothing. Everything works, lights, radio, power windows. If I open the hood and wait 30 mins it will start right up. If I am in a hurry I can boost it off and I am on my way. I do have a brand new battery and the old one was only 6 month old and it tested good also. At times I was able to put it in neutral and it would start. Now when it wont start, it wont start. Engine full of oil, radiator full, water temp always normal. I bought this car in December and never had a problem until the weather started getting hot. 1997 Honda Acura. I am about ready to light a match under this thing...

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