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Replace starter dosent always start right away, takes a little long.sometimes to long sometimes fires right up....starter bad???

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Does it crank every time or not if it cranks every time you try to start it. it wouldnt be a starter. check plugs, wires,rotor,distributor cap,and if that checks check your fuel psi.

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