Question about 1992 Plymouth Colt
I am assuming you mean it cranks for along time before it starts. This is most likely low fuel pressure- which means that most likely the electric fuel pump in the tank is worn out. The fuel pressure can be checked at the fuel rail- should show at least 30 lbs at idle-and if the pressure regulator is working the pressure will increase as the gas pedal is pressed down. That is the best I can do given that your question is not very specific.
Posted on Oct 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be a cold start(choke) setting problem.
Run some fuel cleaner through, red-x or the like and check the air filter etc. for dirt as this can be a problem with the mixture settings as most are now set at the factory and need to be adjusted by mechanics.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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