Sometimes it won’t start

Asked by GuruFXFQT Apr 21, 2020 at 02:17 AM about the 1996 Dodge RAM 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have a 1996 Dodge ram OK so I had a
problem going on. Where the truck won’t start
sometimes after running it for an hour or so
but the next day or disconnect the battery
wait a couple minutes boom it starts... I also
change the crank position sensor crank shaft
sensor and also new fuel pump. It also came
with a brand new coil ,starter and spark plugs
, wire. Need help please

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There are systems on cars that when defective are susceptible to heat and will just stop working. Could be bad coils. Or it could be leaking injectors flooding a hot engine, and in time the excess fuel dissipates and the cooled engine starts again. In your case, with the battery reset, it also might be a defective engine coolant temperature sensor.

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