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Trouble getting car started.

I have a 1998 pontiac grand prix gt, that takes up to 15 minutes to start. Hot or cold. Wants it has started, the car will run without any problems. When I turn off the engine. It will take another 5-15 minutes to start up.

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Have the fuel pressure tested, suspect the fuel pump is on the way out.

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