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Old March 21st 17, 08:27 PM posted to alt.autos.corvette
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Default 1992 Corvette warm/hot start problem

My '92 won't start for a few minutes if the engine is hot/warm. Starter, solenoid, battery all good. Replaced distributor, plugs, wires, coil, injectors, fuel pump and fuel filter. Bought a fuel pressure regulator and that will be next. When attempting to start, it sometimes will sort of cough like it doesn't have enough fuel. Holding gas pedal down for 30 seconds or so with key off sometimes helps, but it can take 10-20 minutes sometimes to get it to start. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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