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Trouble starting When i try to start my 89 S10 4.3 it turns over for 5 or 6 seconds before it spays fuel into the throttle body. What would cause this?

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I'm thinking a leak in a fuel line or gas tank it should stay pressured up until next start if it is doing that I would look for a "pin" leak do you smell gas at all?

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