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2003 chevy tracker won't start when engine is hot.

Starts fine when engine is cold but after I drive somewhere and shut it off I have to wait for engine to cool some before it will start.

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    danthemechan Jul 17, 2012

    Its the Camshaft position sensor, Had to do it on my tracker, same problem and symptons

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Most major auto part chain stores have a loaner code scanner (they require you to leave your ID while you use the tool in their parking lot). There is a connector under the dash near on the drivers side that accepts the reader....check the codes and Google them for repair info or post them back here.

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replace the ignition control module.

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Check the electronics in the distributor. Chevs are notorious for the electronics going bad inside of the distributor.

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Replace crank sensor. Just above oil pan between engine and transmission.

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