My 1995 Wrangler cranks over a long time before it will finally start. Once it's running , it runs great. I was told a computer may be going out. I tried a little starting flued in the throttle body and it started right away. Any help would be appreciated.
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When you turn the ignition to start, the current going from the ignition switch to the starter actually goes to energize a relay which then sends full battery power to the starter solenoid to spin the starter. If that starter relay is bad, it will not "relay" the full battery power to the starter and the starter will not crank.
If I'm upstanding you your truck is cranking but not firing up. So try this turn your key on but not all the way to start for 15 seconds do this 3 times then start it. If it start right away You may need a fuel pump. What I have seen is some fuel pumps have check valves that go bad and the pressure bleeds off. Always replace fuel filter at the same time. Do you have any warning lights on after truck is started? Keep in mine it takes a few seconds for lights to go out after engine is running that's okay. If you do have any lights on after running take to a parts store that offers free check of your system. Autozone is one but many will do this now.
sounds like yor car is in limp home mode. Funny name I know but its true. You may have lost your cam sensor so it went it this mode. A car won't start with out a crank senor but it will with out a cam sensor it just takes a few revolutions of the engine. Find your cam sensor and replace it hope this helps you
I too, once owned a '95 z28, fun car to drive, anyway HO chevy small blocks w/EFI are notorious for being beasts on a cold start. Try this when you get ready to start the car turn the ignition on but don't start let it set there a few seconds you should hear the fuel pumping waking up. Now instead of holding the key and letting it crank and crank, just hit enough to let the engine fire. Not only will lengthen the life of your starter it will lengthen the life of the fuel pump.