It could be a fuel issue. What I need you to do is check for spark and fuel when it doesn't start. One will be missing. I need to know which it is.
If you need directions, refer to the "do it yourself" section on our home page. The only thing you will need is a fuel pressure gauge. Most parts stores will lend or rent them to you.
Let me know what you find.
AFTERTHOUGHT: Under the hood is a fuse / relay block. Open it and look for the EEC relay. The items are listed on the underside of the cover. When it doesn't start, switch the relay with a different one from the box with the same part number to see if it starts then.
Thursday, November 25th, 2010 AT 6:19 AM