When the car does start it will continue to run very well. Drive it anywhere you want. When you stop and turn off the ignition the car may start or it will just crank the starter motor and not start. Get out of the car and walk around then try to start it again. It may start and it may not. Eventually without making any adjustments or repairs, get back in turn the ignition and it starts. We have let the car sit sometimes for three days without doing anything then get in turn the ignition and the car sometimes starts. Battery is new and test good, has good fuel in it. Someone suggested it might be the fuel pump. Ready to send the car to the scrap yard. Damn things is in good condition except for the starting and not starting issue. Thanks if you can help. Instchuck
have the same problem?
Saturday, December 31st, 2011 AT 12:42 AM