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Have full power and go to turn key it does not crank, leave and come back 8 hours later and it starts?? 3 Days later running errands run in run out go to start again nothing but have full power???

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Check the crank shaft position sensor located on the upper drivers side of the bellhousing.Check the plug and wires too.if its going bad it will create a no spark condition.

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