1995 Lexus gs300 won't start after 15min

Asked by May 13, 2016 at 03:48 AM about the 1995 Lexus GS 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Lexus won't start after driving it for 15min it will
start fine in the mornings or if it sits there for a few
hours but if I drive it for 15mim and turn it off it
won't start up again and there is no sparks when
this happens any ideas?

8 Answers

75,465

Possible Ignition Control Module, or coil. You can take them off and have tested at Auto Zone. Heat can affect these items when there starting to go bad.

30

Cam and crank sensor will do it also

Well I just changed out the ignition control module and the coil but the problem still continues I guess the next thing I can try is the cam and crank sensor I just have to locate them to change them out anybody have the diagram of the location of the sensors ?

75,465

Was the ICM or the coil bad? Don't be just throwing monies at this...Have things tested first, diagnose the problem.

My auto zone guys are not very helpful so I found the parts online pretty cheap I just figured it's a older car so putting new parts on it wouldn't be a bad thing plus I am learning as I go along

75,465

Thats ok then and is justified to do so. One thing you may want to check would be the fuel pressure, but put a new fuel filter in first.

It was the distributor after replacing it everything is A O.K.

75,465

Glad you gotter fixed. The distributor would have a new ICM & pick-up coil.

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