My 1994 Plymouth Voyager when cold will start fine. Get up to ap temp shut it off and it will start ok after sets for 30 min or so it will start and die. If you keep cranking it will start.' If you l

Asked by James Jun 05, 2018 at 10:06 AM about the 1994 Plymouth Voyager LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It starts fine when cold, but hard to start after it has been run and set for 30
mins. or so When it cools down it will start ok . When it is running it runs fine I
had new fuel pump installed 2 mo ago No eng light. It's a 3.3l eng.

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If the system is over fueling, a hot restart can be a problem. An engine that is trying to flood is hard to start. I'd use a gage and check proper fuel pressure. Maybe leaking fuel injector/s? After the vehicle sits for a while the extra gas has evaporated. I always check for codes, even if the lite isn't on, In the past, I've had inactive codes point me in the right direction. See if the system is running rich or lean? Just a thought.

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