Intermittants are tough. It sounds like a BCM/PCM or wiring problem. IT may just need a software update (flash)
IT is good that it isn't starting right now. This is the time to diagnose.
The first two things to check are for spark and fuel.
Spray some carb cleaner or similiar into the throttle body and crank it. Does it start?
USe a spark tester to see if spark it happening.
IF you are not comfortable with testing on your own and have faith in the dealer, then they should be able to diagnose it.
When it runs for a few seconds and quits, it is more so common of a pcm or bcm failure. The fuel system gets shut down.
Friday, January 9th, 2009 AT 6:58 PM