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Cranks too long befor it starts when its cold

After the engin is cold you go to start it and the starter turns the engin over several times befor it starts. kinda like it is building up fuel pressure but it runs fine and starts fine after its warm can anyone help ?

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Check your coldstart injector...or the cold start injector time switch..

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