Won't start after the it hot

Asked by Jan 21, 2016 at 08:24 AM about the 1995 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have a mustang 1995 v6 and it'll start right up
in the morning but after you driving it for a while and
you and turn it off then try so start it back it won't
turn over so just crank but won't start like the
battery dead or just won't start then I have to wait
30 to an hour for it to cool down then it'll start right
up like nothing happen why is that help please

7 Answers

75,495

Starter would need to be taken out and checked. Starter worn.

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So that I'll make It do that when its hot

75,495

Oh yes definitely. Bushings worn out. Classic. Take it out and have it bench tested to verify.

75,495

Otherwise your timing would have to be off, but I doubt it.

Ok I'm going just that an let you know cause I was thinking the ignition coil but I just need see if I was correct

75,495

Wait a minute...So the car will turn over but not start? When it is warm? If this is the case I would have the ignition control module tested. They can do that at Auto Zone if you take it out. I was going off of you saying it seems like a dead battery. Decipher what I have mentioned for your problem.

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75,495

I'll check back in a couple hrs. Gotta go.

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