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Old 04-29-2021, 06:22 PM
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But would they start up just fine after a combined total of, say, a minute or so of cranking? In fact, it starts instantly after such (on the third or fourth try).

I'm not trying to be a pain, but I don't know of any batteries which gain voltage whilst cranking for such a period.
In our defense, you hadn't given us that info to start with. Hopefully the connector fixes it. Loose connectors, pins not fully locked in the connector, etc. also cause countless random issues.

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We have a 2010 Camaro L99 (ECM and harness by Speartech) in my father's '59 Impala.

The issue usually happens when the car has been driven, then allowed to cool off. We get a no start condition where I have spark, but no injector pulse.

Although everything tested good, I replaced the crank and cam sensors and ignition switch "just because."

I don't see anything on datastream that looks out of place.

Thoughts?
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