My 1990 Super Coupe (35th Ann, automatic) only starts normally on first start up in the morning. The rest of the day, I must turn the ignition switch to Start position for 5-25 times before the engine starts. Today, after many failed attempts to start it (about 50 times), I finally had to get a screwdriver from my trunk and cross-bridge the solenoid relay and the engine started immediately. I brought the car straight home, parked, shut it off and tried to restart the engine. Nothing; not even a click. Tried to restart the car periodically with the key for the next 3 hours and it wouldn't start, but it started immediately with the key after sitting more than 3 hours. As a final test, I turned off the engine again and tried to restart; Nothing!! What can this be?