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13b first gen will not stay on....HELP Please!

Old 05-31-04, 04:01 PM
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13b first gen will not stay on....HELP Please!

I would really appreciate if anyone can shed light into my current problem. Here it goes:

My rx7 came to a stop light and shut off. I had to wait for it to cool down before it would start again. I still does the same exact thing. when it is cold it will start and idle fine. When it reaches operationg temperature, it will die and will not start again until it is cold again. The setup is the following:

13B street port with s5 rotors and a Bigs stage5 Holley 650. I run dual msd 6a's with the direct fire conversion. RB intake, RB streetport exaust etc,etc.

I have checked the ignition boxes and the spark is always there. However, the willingness to start after it is warm is not.

Has anyone run into this before?

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Old 05-31-04, 08:35 PM
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Just a thought, but is your fuel-line near the exhaust?
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