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Why after i crank my car in the morning it starts and runs fine, but if i drive for 20 mins then cut it off. when i try to start back up it starts and dont idle and dies...
1992 Nissan 300ZX

Why after i crank my car in the morning it starts and runs fine, but if i drive for 20 mins then cut it off. When i try to start back up it starts and dont idle and dies...

(1992 Nissan 300ZX)
I've replaced 3 coil packs all 6 injectors and plugs. It just don't like being hot for some reason. It's like it ain't getting gas maybe fuel pump related
What seems to make the problem better or worse? It's worse when car is warmed up
How long have you had this problem? Since I got it
Tags: nissan, 300zx
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on March 04, 2018
Maybe be fuel pump related I don’t know .
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on July 09, 2018
Fuel pump would make sense but my car gets fuel because it uses it as well
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on March 04, 2018
Maybe be fuel pump related I don’t know .
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on July 09, 2018
Fuel pump would make sense but my car gets fuel because it uses it as well
on July 09, 2018
I have not, trying to see my car at the moment. I've diluted the problem a lil bit, If I get gas or something at the store after I drive a while Ill shut it off pretty confident that I can get it running again and this has worked every time so far, "knock on wood". I turn the key over, to the position before cranking the engine and wait 30 secs, fuel pump does its thing. Then start, it cranks fine then if it sounds like it's getting weak, or gonna die, I give it gas at steady and same throttle for a few seconds then ease of throttle and it comes to a perfect idle. Smooth
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on July 09, 2018
Have you figured out the problem? Mines doing the same thing..
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