The starter is slightly new so I’m pretty sure it isn’t that. But I’ve noticed actually that it has a hard time starting in cold weather, warm weather not really. With the cap and rotor I have noticed it’s been getting wet inside, as well as the TFI coil being slightly corroded. I’ve cleaned the coil and it’s been slightly better, but I’m still trying to figure out how the hell im getting water in there in the first place. Thank you for this though, definitely helped me outThe starting issue could be the starter, but it depends on when the issue happens. Does the car start easily when cold, but won't start after you've been driving for a while? If that's the case, you can also check the cap and rotor on the distributor for corrosion and wear. I had that happen on a 95 GT I used to own. Had the car towed, and was real embarrassed when the mechanic said it was just a corroded cap and rotor.