once the car heat up it stalls out.let it sit for a few hours it starts. on 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

i had it to a repair shop they could not find anything.also the spoiler had to be put down manually.

by in Albany, NY on December 07, 2013
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by on December 07, 2013
Should be tested at the time of the stall, the few hours you have to wait could be the time the fault will show. Then fuel pressure, ignition, can be tested to see which. Just a comment not to say this is your problem, but have had some with the cam sensor heating up and fail. This could be found while engine won't start. Other things are also possible.
COMMENT by on December 07, 2013
Going to a new shop monday.will have AAA bring it to them.I will take you answer with me . Thank you for the reply .
COMMENT by on December 07, 2013
U Bet