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Hard starting hot or cold. Battery and starter are fine.

This 1999 Dodge Durango takes too much cranking to start engine. Makes no difference whether the engine is hot or cold, morning, noon or night.Other than this problem everything runs rather well.

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    the gage light came on first, then it started running hot

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Check fuel pump relay/should run pump for two sec when key is turned on. try turning key on but dont crank did pump hum/if it did look towards leaky fuel inj./faulty pressure reg. poss clogged fuel filt.

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