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Well, I solved the starting problem on Josh's car, but still don't know what fixed it.  I individually checked and cleaned each of the following items and then tried to start the car after each one.

RPM relay (also swapped with a brand new one)
Main fuel relay
Coil pulse pickup at the coil
Ballast resistor connections
Every fuse in the fuse block
Inertia switch and it's connections

None of these fixed the problem!!  Then I did it all again, but instead of checking between each item, I did them all before trying to start the engine.  Lo and behold, when I finished, I cranked the car and it fired right off.  I have no idea what connection was bad, but I am sure it will raise it's ugly head again.

Thanks to all who responded with their inputs.

Mike   TPS   1630



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