Hi Guys, I have had my car (99 355 Spyder) fully serviced and looked at the right intervals and had everything cared for. It started with the car not starting on the first go of the switch. Usually it takes one go of the switch and the engine comes to life. But one evening it took 3 tries before she started up. Found that to be odd but I went for a drive anyway and she did fine. Then at night she gave up on me again. But this time it took 9 tries to start her up. The feeling you get is that the battery is fine and all the lights and windows are strong but when you turn the key the ignition is in some way not able to ignite the engine up.The ignition is strong and doesn't strain when you try several times. But no amount of pumping the gas or sort helps. Like something is missing. So you can imagine the next day she was on the flatbed to the Ferrari dealership (We have only one in Q8) The head mechanic at the dealership says that this is an electrical problem and its very common for the wiring on the older Ferraris to have glitches. There could be two problems in his opinion: 1)He says the wire from the dash that goes to the ECU behind the passenger seat could have a problem (although he doubts it) and if thats the one the seats and dash have to come out (it'll kill me in labor charges) 2) He says the most likely problem is where the ECU units wiring goes through the large hose into the engine that could be the place where there is a problem. He says thats the point at which he has experienced problems before on other cars. He then went onto explain to me how the wiring does to the fuel pump and another point in the engine (can't remember really) and so on and so forth. He's ordered 2 relays(???Don't even know what the relays do and their purpose in the electrical system) and says he hopes that by replacing them the problem is solved. Is this guy kosher??? Any opinions from the pro's here would be much appreciated. Thanks Guys and Love this Forum.