No, but it is not the battery because we replaced that, it was six years old.
Sometimes it starts immediately, other times I have to fiddle with the key (which is new) in order to make it start. Jim, my mechanic tells me I should not have to do that. He programs it on the computer and says he will have to do that again.
I beleive it was the ignition switch
What do you do when you fiddle with the key?
I rotate it gently and attempt to reposition the key, after a few attemts, or sometimes with only one attempt, it seems to "lock in" and it starts immediately.
thanks Expert...if I do have further questions how do I get in touch with you?