I had some issues with starting awhile ago, and thought I had it all fixed after replacing almost the entire ignition system, but I guess not.
What happens is, when the engine in cold, it will crank like 5 or 6 times and start. But once the engine is warmed up and I turn it off, if it is left sitting for more than like 5 minutes, it won't want to start again.
I'll need to floor the gas to get it to start, after a few backfires. Usually it will either catch the starter before it's started and grind, backfire, try to start but bog down before it's going, or actually start.
I'm a pizza delivery boy too, so it's super annoying!
I pretty much just replaced the MAT sensor, the ignition coil, the ignition module, the spark plugs, the cap and rotor, the ECM, the fuel filter, and a couple of other things that I can't think of right now.
Also, I dunno if it's worth mentioning, but when I go to get gas, when I take the filler cap off, despite it being alot higher than the tank, there will be gas below the cap and on the inside of the cap. Like yesterday, I got gas the night before, let it sit all night, drove it for a couple hours the next day and when I went to go get gas, there was visibly wet mark below my gas cap. That means it's climbing up and leaking out somehow. It's just a little, but I'm still wondering if that's maybe my problem?
[EDIT:] It idles perfectly fine. and runs perfectly fine. It's just the starting that's an issue.