The car was working fine till the day when I got it serviced through Honda Shahrah-e-Faisal. The car starts properly. It's a civic VTI prosmatec 2006. The issue starts once i have driven the car for more than 20minutes, and the temperature gets to normal condition. If I switch off my car, it will not start. It needs at least 30 minutes so that temperature can come down to cold.
I have traveled for more than 90 mins without stopping/switching off the engine. But if I would have switched it off, It will not start immediately. It will need time to cool down and then start.
Battery is in good condition and all electronics work during this duration. Ignition is on car takes the sulf but just the engine doesn't turned. A local mechanic advised me to get it scanned through the honda service station again as he thinks it might be a problem in sensors. He told me 2 sensors (i don't exactly remember their names) that needs to be changed if they aren't letting your car start due to high temperature.
P.S I need to get my engine seal repaired. As per honda there is no other problem/requirement in my car.
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