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Hard to start

My car is getting the power. Just have to crank it several times before it will start. Find it happens more when the temp is cooler out. Seems like a fuel issue. What should I look at first?

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  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    It turn over but it willnt start , we can smell  plenty of fuel


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I had something like that with my kia sportage 1999 and i solved it by changing all the fuses and relays in the hood fuse box

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