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John - You have received a couple of good suggestions for things to 
consider for you issue.  Another thing that has come up a couple of 
times in my experience is a failing connection at the inertia switch.  
I have found a couple of cars with these same symptoms that showed 
evidence of overheating of the connector that plugs into the inertia 
switch.  The case on the switch itself can also be partially melted.  
The fix is to install a new connector and a new inertia switch.  The 
car will often restart when the switch and the connector cool down.  We 
have the switches in stock, and can help guide you on the connector 

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "delor_01" <JOHN.JORDAN@...> wrote:
> I have not driven my car for several months, however, When I start 
the car in my garage and let it warm up for 10 or 15 minutes, it cuts 
off and will not restart.
> It has happened to me before when I drove the car and I had it towed 
> home.  This happened two times.  When I got home and off the tow 
truck it would start and I would drive it into the garage, both times.

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