Ok so it starts when it is cold not when it get to operating temp right? So I would have the starter tested to see if it is working when it gets hot. If you pull it off and have it tested they may have to test it more then once to get it hot to see if it is the problem. Does the engine still get overheated?
Do you have a test light or volt meter? If so then find the starter and there is two wires going to it. One is the battery cable and the other is a small wire that comes from the ignition switch hook you test like to meter to that one and turn the key to try to start it and see if the test light comes on or if there is 12 volts there. Get back to me
Monday, February 9th, 2009 AT 10:08 AM