There's a faulty component in my ignition system. Turn the key and the car always cranks strongly. Normally, the car starts easily. Once started, it runs perfectly. The problem? About 15% of the time, turn the key and it won't start. Because fortunately it has a standard transmission, a short push with a pop of the clutch and away I go. This means that I always park the vehicle with the perspective that it may need a push start. Where's the weak link in the chain? Ignition module? Thanks for your input.
Friday, January 28th, 2011 AT 1:28 PM