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My pontiac grand am is hard to start , if you use the remote starter it takes two or the times before it starts and if you use the key it still takes a couple secounds before it starts i had a tune at the cost of 400.00 and this did not fix the problem the mech said it was a cold start siliod but parts people look at me funny and dont know what iam talking about

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    Clint Smock May 31, 2010

    They are looking at you funny because it doesn't have a cold start solenoid. Do you have this problem when you restart it warm, start it cold, or both?

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Sounds like you may have a bad check valve in the fuel pump allowing the fuel to return to the tank. You can do a fuel pressure test and see if the system is holding fuel pressure when the vehicle is shut off, by connecting a fuel pressure gauge to the test port on the fuel rail. I would also check and see if the fuel filter has been replaced lately.

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