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I have a '97 Accord Coupe 3.0l V6 with about 56K miles that has been having a problem. If left out in the sun all day, it will not start. Usually I don't drive it to work, but today I did, and inadvertently parked in a very sunny spot. I got to the car at 5 PM to drive home and found it extremely hot inside. Although it cranked very strong, it would not start. I opened the gas cap but there was no pressue built up. I waited half an hour and tried again - no dice. I waited an hour more, until 6:30, and it started with absolutely no problem. I'm not an expert, but it's got to be some sort of fuel delivery problem. Any ideas?
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you can also remove main relay and if you are proficient with a soldering iron, resolder all the joints after carefully prying part relay. The components on the relay hardly ever fail but there are a lot of them that have what are called "cold solder joints" and you can fix them yourself with a $10 radio shack iron and $4 solder tube. Better than pay 50-70 from the dealer for that thing.
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