To start, my car will simply randomly hardstart. Usually when completely cold it starts easily but after its ran for even 2 minutes the next attempt to start it will result in a long-cranking-start.
This hardstart issue is beyond belief un-curable. I've tested the starter and alternator and both have sufficient voltage to them as well.
I've replaced the FPR, injectors, all temperature sensors in the engine, the CPS, the spark wires, the ignition coil, the distributor & rotor, and every
I tested the AFM its okay.
I'm going to most likely replace the starter and alternator with the ones I know to be good from my 85 325, but who really knows...
I'm starting to think its un-curable. Just crush the car and buy a new one, sorta uncurable.
The one thing I haven't yet tried is the actual ignition switch, but I dont see how it could be that since the ignition switch provides power to the ignition coil relay and when on the "on" position that relay has power. Might as well go replace that next too.
End of the day its just been a learning experience I suppose, wasting copious ammounts of money so that anyone else out there who has the same problem doesn't have to. I guess.
Hardstarting just takes all the joy out of the driving experience.
Someone put me out of my misery.