Re: Trouble starting when engine is hot
As others suggest, with battery in trunk, ensure all electrical paths are physically good.
For grins & giggles, measure the voltage loss from positive post, not the clamp, to solenoid stud.
Yes, you will need a lead extension on your meter and after attaching long lead, touch the meter leads together allowing the meter to 'zero' itself, then hook up meter leads.
I would wager you will find at least a one volt drop, because of wire resistance and heat generated within the wire/cable.
More heat, more resistance.
This power drop will be enough in providing less power for the other circuits, besides starting, therefore, the injector circuits, and ignition circuits won't work, thus, cranks, but no start.
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