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Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Reading, UK
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My vote is for MAF(s) going bad also... I've had this happen to me a couple of times. When the engine is hot especially in hot weather, even though the car has been running perfectly before stopping, when you come to try to restart it it fires up but then dies instantly. If you disconnect the offending MAF(s) the engine starts and runs. Replacing the MAF has fixed the problem for me (until the next time). I say MAF(s) because the first time it was both MAFs, the second time just one.