Q: Won't turn over every turn of the key

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I have to cycle the key to cold start and on occasion when its warm. I had the battery disconnected not too long ago and it wouldn't start on its own after reconnected (had to hit the throttle/hold to keep running for first 10 seconds). Check engine light wasn't on but got code p0310 (cam positioning sensor) don't know if its related

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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