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Sounds like a faulty ignition switch to me. These models have the ignition switch linked directly to the key tumbler. If you have the habit of having a heavy key set dangling from you ignition key, then it's likely. You may also need to replace the key tumbler. (That means you have to carry an extra key on you keychain, once to start it and the other to open the doors and trunk unless you pay an arm and leg to have the whole car rekeyed to the same lock.) Open it up and take a look... if you see any brown discoloration on any wiring or the key has a lot of wiggle room; technical term, then it's likely.
There could be some play in the ign switch allowing the voltage to be lost in certain position. Turn key to run position, do start engine. Turn on blower fan, turn signal, radio . Wiggle the key to see if they go off with key movement. If so replace electrical switch behind the key and tumbler
try to get a jump from a friend and see what happens, does the same, faulty starter, may need replacing, try to use small hammer and tap lightly on the starter couple time and have a friend start the car while you tap lightly on it. check ignition switch where you stick the key in. stick the key in the ignition and turn the key back and forth jiggle and wiggle it and see if your igniting will make contact. do it several time to test and see if its the ignition problems, this part is not cheap to replace.
It could be the park/neutral switch, next time it doesn't start try wiggling the shifter in park while turning the key, or shift to neutral and see if that will work. if that doesn't change the problem I would replace the ignition switch.
Do you have a Chip in the Key? if so that Could be the Problem,Ya see the chip is a resistor and if it looses its ELECTRONIC VALUE in its Case Resistance it wont start to test this Turn the Key in the ON posission then do the Screwdriver thing If it Starts Key is Good and Most Likely the Ignition (SWITCH) is Bad <<ELECTRICAL Side NOY LOCKEST SIDE For More Info Recontact Me email@example.com<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<