The hot starting fault is developing into an overheating fault I think.
Now after urban driving, although the temperature gauge doesn't indicate overheating the top of the engine is radiating a lot of heat.
Once the engine is stopped and the water is not being pumped round the radiator the temp gauge gets two divisions up from the centre.
The cooling system water looks clean and has not dropped in level ever in the 15 months that I have had it.
The car will then not start until the area around the fuel pipes and injectors is cooled down with water.
Initially the trickle of cooling water evaporates from the fuel pipes and surrounding cover.
It seems to hot to be normal.
I still have not measured the tank fuel delivery pressure but the fault seems more basic.
Please let me know what is likely to be the problem.
Could an overheating problem be created by the engine management system being fed wrong information from a faulty sensor?