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  • What about the carburetor? Has that been checked out? Sounds like there might be a problem with the carburetor priming itself when you first start it.
  • Obviously it's not getting fuel then. Main fuel relay replacement - esp if it won't start when it is hot in the car. Next time it won't start leave the doors open to cool off the inside, and by proxy the main relay, and then give it a shot. This is VERY common on 90-93 Accords. Otherwise it's somewhere else in the fuel delivery, proven by the fact that starter fluid cures things.

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