I have a 1995 Maxima that occasionally has starting problems (1 to 5 times a month). The problem seems to occur more often in cold weather. Itdoes not seem to matter if the car sits overnight or has just been running. The large capacity battery is only months old. When I put the key in the ignition and turn it all the way, it doesn't engage my starter (but all the normal dashboard warning lights come on). If I turn my headlights on, they don't go dim when I'm trying to start the car. It "seems" that my key wants to turn just a little farther to engage the starter. When the problem happens, I repeatedly put my key in the ignition, turn it all the way, and pull it out (and sometimes turn the steering wheel a little). Eventually (3 to 15 tries later), the car will just start as if there was no problem. Any suggestions on what the problem might be? (defective ignition key switch, relay, etc.?) Thanks for any suggestions.