Has anyone else had this problem -- I own a 2000 Focus SE with 80,000 mile
The problem that I Am having is that on any day that it's above 75-degrees
outside and I have driven the car for several miles, if I shut the car down,
it will not turn back on at all.
You can hear the relays click when you turn the key, but no response from
the starter at all... no clicking or anything. If it's nighttime or cool
out, the problem doesnt happen. The car itself is not overheated. The temp
gauge is right a little below the center, which is average operating temp.
Any suggestions would be helpfull... I'm thinking that a sensor or relay is