Has anyone ever heard of a problem related to warm starts and the bump switch in a Mark II Roadster (no I'm not making this up!!)Long story short. The car starts cold...no problem. The problem arises once the car is warm. Try to start the car warm...no go...just cranks over...won't light. Get out, open trunk, pull shorting plug out of spot where bump switch was, turn car over (won't start w/ jumper plug pulled out), put jumper plug back in, car starts normally. (Pulling the plug out, cranking the car over and re-installing the plug seems to act as a "reset" of some kind). The car will start without routine mentioned above if you push accelerator to the floor while turning it over. It is a zany problem. The car supposedly has all 93 mustang running gear. If anyone has ever heard of such a problem with warm starts please let me know. The "pro" that built the car for me won't return email/phone calls and he lives too far away for me to personally strangle him so I am turning to you guys. I would greatly appreciate any comments. Thanks in advance.