Question about 1999 GMC Suburban
I believe you have a fuel regulator weak or dirty injectors.
Try turning the key to the "on" position ( do not try and start) wait until fuel pump stops running (3-5 seconds or so ), turn the key off and immediatly repeat for 3 cycles. On the 4th key rotation, start the vehicle. Does it seem to start up faster?
If so, the regulator is weak, however, the fuel pump does have a check valve in it to prevent fuel from leaking back into the pump and maintain line pressure.
Try the diagnostic proceedure above first and we can go from there.
Good luck, let me know.
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