I'm experiencing a warm restart issue. It's not the classic main relay issue where the car won't start when the cabin gets warm. This one happens when the engine is warm. If I try to restart the car within 20 minutes or so of turning it off, it turns over, but won't fire. If I wait, it starts again no problem. My main relay is not a year old at this point, so I don't think it's that. I did notice that the car smelled like fresh gas when it acted up the other night. That has me thinking about injectors. Two of my injectors are original parts. Two others are junkyard replacements. My suspicion is that they are leaking fuel into the combustion chamber after I turn the car off. Wait long enough and the fuel drips into the crankcase and the car starts again. Having said that, the car absolutely does not fire at all when this is happening. It just spins. If there were a lot of gas in the chamber, I'd expect it to cough and sputter some.
I haven't had a chance to do any kind of diagnosis. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas.