This problem has plagued me for sometime. My 1990 Cadillac Deville is having starting problems. When this problem started I could get in the vehicle and turn the ignition switch and the car would not turn over. I hear the fuel pump prime and the relays under the dash engage; however it will not start. After allowing the car to sit for 20 min or so, I get back in and it cranks up with not problems. If I travel to my destination the problems happens again. Now, the problem has good worse it takes much longer now for it to start. A friend check the starter with a screwdriver and the car turned over, but the car still would not start from the switch. We concluded that the ignition switch was defective since everthing else was working properly; the fuel pump, relays and the starter. I changed the ignition switch and the problem persist. I did not change the key switch, and I discovered that the number 11 fuse keeps blowing. Do not know if this is related to the problem, but I thought you should know. If you need any further information about this problem, email me and let me know.
have the same problem?
Sunday, July 20th, 2008 AT 9:05 PM