Originally Posted by flberk
Bad cables ? I could crank the engine
Bad ground bus. where is it? I will clean it.
For all how do I test. It doesn't start warm, I crank, wait 5 minutes and retry it will restart within
Thanks for the help!!
The search feature at the top of the page is your friend. Just put those titles (like "battery cables" ) in the keyword line, and use a gearhead name like willwren or Archon or BillBoost37 or anyone else with a bunch of stars in their avatar in the author line (or leave it blank) and you will pull up lots of useful posts. All of the items mentioned above have been well covered in previous posts. Corroded cables cause lots of problems while still able to crank engine (yeah, go figure!)
On your 95, the common ground bus is under the carpet below the driver side kickplate near the front of the front door. PCM ground is near oil filter. ICM ground is underneath ICM (coils) on long bolt.
To do diagnostic tests to isolate the specific problem, you need to be ready to do the tests at the time the car is acting up. There are a lot of guys here with the Factory Service Manual that provides those diagnostics, but no one has the expensive Tech II tool that is often required. To fix it when it is starting fine is more challenging and more expensive, but not impossible.
It could be that none of the items I mentioned above will resolve your problem, but if you are patient with us, we will be patient with you and keep working with you until you get it fixed. There is an unbelievable amount of Bonneville repair expertise here. We will try to approach things that are most likely to be the problem as you describe it, or are cheap or free to check and repair.