98 Sebring dies after it gets warm, then starts when cool: looses spark.

Anonymous
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I drive the car for 10 minutes and it stops and won't start. Let it cool off and it starts. I checked for spark when it didn't start and it didn't have spark. I had a similar problem with a Buick and it was the crankshaft sensor. I was wondering if it could be the coil getting hot and shorting.

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Hicks_joshua
School: UIUC

Check the plug wires for burn marks or currosion, if nothing then most likely the coilpack has a shot or bad rotter.

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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