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Starting issue when attempting to start if engine does not immediatlely fire car will not start. after approx. 1 hr engine will fire immediately

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I would look at these two things, your battery see if you need to replace the battery, and the fuel system you may have a fault fuel system where the gas is not getting to the engine quick enough.

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