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The so typical fault in the hot start, is a fault programmed by the own manufacturer, which determines in the starting maps at which RPM begins to inject fuel into the engine once it is hot.
Explained in a simpler way, the manufacturer wrote in the ECU that if the starter motor is not capable of reaching 280RPM either because the starter motor has lost performance with use or because the battery has lost capacity, no start. The solution in the official service usually consists of changing the starter, battery and alternator in many cases.
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