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2003 Landcruiser V8 petrol starting problem, takes 6 to 8 goes to start

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Check the fuel pressure holds with the engine off, if it leaks back , check the pump return valve and the fuel pressure regulator . by turning the ignition on and off several times with out starting wiil pressure the system and make it start,( a rough test if you have no pressure gauge ).

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