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Battery seem ok but hard time starting

About a week ago i had trouble starting - now its taking 3 too 4 prolonged attempts and some peddle is required

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Try replacing your fuel filter, cleaning your fuel injectors, and checking your fuel pressure. It sounds like you're not getting enough fuel to the fuel rail to spark ignition.

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