I have a 1993 Prelude that doesn”t like to start when the inside temperature of the car gets to warm, open the windows to cool down a few minutes and it starts right up. Is there a ceramic block or resister inside the cockpit we”re not aware of? Very perplexing.
There is a main relay under the dash that powers the fuel pump. These relays are bad about the board in the relay cracking and once the interior of the car is hot, it won’t engage the relay. Some people take the relays out and fix the problem with the relay but I have never had much luck with that theory. Its located under the drivers side of the dash. Replace this relay and I bet your problem is solved.