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Good morning I don't know what you are working on but possibly your ignition switch, that would explain why when you turn it off and then turn it back on it works. I don't know if this helps you or not. I know when your switch is going out you will get power to some things power not to others. I hope this helps you good luck
Sounds like the brushes in the starter are not making contact, could be sticking or gummed up. Could also be the key switch or the neutral safety switch. You would need to rig up a wire going down to the purple wire on the starter and check it for power when the engine will not crank. If it has power odds are the starter is the problem.
you are getting air in the fuel sys. pump on top of filter push it several times until it gets a little resistance . then try to crank it may take a few seconds . it happens after hard driving or sitting for a while.
The coil is built into the distributor, along with the cam sensor. When one of these wont start and it has fuel pressure, the first thing you need to check is the timing belt. You do this by aligning the timing marks on the crank and camshaft. If the cam timing is good then the number one failure item is the distributor. Like I said the coil, and cam sensor are built into the distributor and they are not sold separately. The next most common failure item is the crank sensor. It is located in the top of the bell housing. Most of the time one of these engines quits the distributor is the reason. Ebay is a great source for these, the price is much better than any where else I have found.
good likely hood that your oil cooler is leaking oil into coolant this is something you want to replace as soon as possible. you will have to flush your coolant system several times to get as much of the oil out as possible. if you wait you will have severe temp issues as well as not heat due to a clogged heater core. and that is very hard to replace. To flush system hook garden hose to the larger hose of the coolant reservoir get car up to temp. keep idle up a little. get large bucket from the smaller hose that goes into the reservoir hook small hose to it and let it empty into bucket keep hose running thru all the time. before that though replace oil cooler. also replace coolant reservoir as well. or oil will contaminate new coolant. good luck
I know that a lot of starters will not start quickly and draw a lot of power if the engine is up to temp. Try a higher CCA battery (Cold Cranking Amp) Battery, your bat may be to low of a rating. If it has a remotely mounted solenoid, not on the starter. If it does it may be mounted somewhere that it gets to hot, relocate to a cooler portion of the engine bay.