I am frustrated to say the least. In the last year I have replaced:
The battery, alternator, water pump, and fuel pump all at different
times and due to different reasons. I just put in the fuel pump last
week as it started to act up and then this morning yet another
I got in and started to turn on the vehicle and it did turn over,
however it was slow to enguage and turn over. It acted similar to what
I would expect if the batter was near dead. However, I know the
battery is new and I am showing the correct charge on the guage. When
I went to leave for work today it was a little slow but did fire up on
the first time but the stereo pre-sets were all reset as if there were
no electrical connection. I went across the office complex, parked,
went to the gym and an hour later it started still not immediately but
none the less.
When I got home today I checked the battery terminal for corossion and
couldnt see anything right off, the terminals were secure and on tight
and I checked all of the other easily accessable terminals.
My first guess is that its the starter, but after reading I am starting
to think that maybe it is the ignition switch or distributer coil. The
reason I am considering the distributor is b/c of recently having to
replace fairly new spark-plugs due to reported misfires on the OBDII.
Any thoughts out there?