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95 accord ex 4 cylinder - cranking problem

Hi, I just bought a 95 accord ex 4 cylinder...to start my car i usually turn the key on to 2...then the car starts after 2 seconds of crank...well i have recently changed the fuel filter and also did the tune up for the car and checked the fuel pressure with a mechanic and it was at 26.5..and it suppose to be at 32..would you say 26.5 is ok?..i am not sure if i have to replace the distributor or the fuel pump...2) another problem is my heater only works on 1..when turn it 2,3,4 it doesn't work..3) when i start the car in the morning it makes a roar sound for 30 seconds...mechanice suggested it is one of the belt but dont know which one....
can someone help me on this pls

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If the fuel pressure is low its the fuel pump. hence the slow start. is it the fan that not blowing check the switch for bad contacts

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