Once it cools off it will start.
Heat. Having a fuel line to close to hot parts used to cause vapor lock in carburetor-ed vehicles. I don't think that happens these days with EFI, I haven't seen it in a long time.
fuel vapor line is common in the car fuel line
That was called "vapor lock".
It is impossible for a fuel injected car to vapor lock. If you have a check engine light on then you need to address that problem first.
pressurized fuel system with return lines can not vapor lock. its something electricl, you dont give enough info to guesstimate the problem
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you have to dis-engage the passangers door lock with car off.
There could be several reasons, but First is you make be overheating, or it could be vapor lock. If it is vapor lock you need to change your cat. converter. a lot of times you can tell vapor lock by looking under the car and it the "cat" is bright red then it is vapor locked
What is the car? and how old is it? In most cases because as the car sits the fuel in the fuel line above the engine boils into a vapor. This causes a vapor bubble in the fuel line which prevents the injectors from operating properly. The condition is called vapor lock.
some cars have a 'shift lock' mechanism, you insert your car key into the 'shift lock' machanism to unlock the gear, restart your car to drive to nearest repair shop.
No it shouldn't, unless you have your lock set to come on after a restart.
Are you certain that you are having Vapor lock ?? I haven't seen a true case of vapor lock in years...and i own a shop. Vapor lock (also called percolation) occurs when the gasoline in the fuel line boils. the fuel must get very hot for this to happen. Usually it happens on a hot summer day and the fuel line is placed too closely to an exhaust manifold. In almost every case of vapor lock i have ever seen, the car was not fuel injected but carburetted. The cure is to re-route the fuel line away from heat sources under the hood. But i must say that i would be surprised if you have an actual case of vapor lock. It is rare.
Yes a 1998 mercury 200 efi outboard vapor can lock. Most of the time the issue can be traced back to the quality of fuel put into the engine that can cause the vapor to lock.
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