2007 Camry won't start after engine is hot

Asked by Jan 12, 2017 at 11:55 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2007 Camry starts every time when leaving the
house but after one or two stops it won't start right
away.  Starter turns over normally but won't fire.  
Seems the issue is related to heat.   Finally chugs
slowly to lift after multiple attempts of cranking for
10 seconds or more.  Any ideas what is the
problem?

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Fuel pump could be getting weak, runs fine cold but warm it up and it slows down so the delivery and the pressure is not there, a fuel system pressure and flow test will tell the tale, some other things could be one or more sensors feeding the computer the worn signals so the computer thinks it is a lot warmer that it actually is so it leans the fuel mixture out to where it is hard to start.

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What engine and mileage? Any warning lights on or flashing?

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