Q: Mercedes hot start issues

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When cold my car starts right up when warm cranks for a while than fires very rough I’ve replaced starter and ignition switch pressure tested fuel system all fine what’s next

Without knowing the year, make and model with engine size we can only speculate you have a sensor issue then would require the computer to be scanned and any codes diagnosed. Have a mechanic like one from YourMechanic come and check the vehicle for you and diagnose the problem.

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