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1995 Wrangler takes a long time to start.

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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Things like fuel filter may need to repalce also if you have a pin hole in a fuel line this can cause poor fuel prssure start up"s! good places to start

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