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Car taking about 5seconds to start i have fitted new coil leads and plugs

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Try this the next time u start the car. Turn the ignition switch on for 5 seconds and then off. Now do this again. Now start the car. If it starts right up. fuel pump seems to be losing pressure. It will need to be replaced. keep me posted

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