I have a 1990 3.3L Dynasty. Two weeks ago it died, started, died, started. Etc. Finally made it home and it would not start back up. Next morning it started up fine. As soon as the car got warm. It did it all over again.
Replaced Battery and alternator because they were old. Next tested my coil and sensors, which all need replacement. Replaced the cam sensor, crank sensor, ignition coil pack, wires and spark plugs. Inspected all ignition wiring and sensor wiring and found no damages.
Car ran and started great for about a day. Now the temp outside has dropped and been in the 20's all week and car starts and runs great. Oil pressure starts dropping after an hour of driving but car stays running fine. No engine check light has come on thru this whole thing but now car will not start till next day after started up and driven all day. I have checked the fuel pressure at the rail, checked for faulty fuel injectors and checked fuel pump, but all are fine. Engine is due for an oil change, vacuum lines are hooked up but car will not spark at all until the next day (roughly 8-12 hours). Other than replacing the computer or an already new (but possibly faulty) part listed above, where do I turn next? Possible relay problem? Please help. Tight on money at this point and we have only one car and a new born. Engine and transmission have both had full rebuilds within last 30,000 miles. Dont kno where to turn. Please ANSWERS!
Wednesday, December 8th, 2010 AT 3:48 AM