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

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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.

Oct 14th, 2013
Check the plug wires for burn marks or currosion, if nothing then most likely the coilpack has a shot or bad rotter.
Oct 14th, 2013

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