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HAVING PROBLEMS STARTING SEEMS NO FUEL IN FUEL RAIL

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I also have the same problem - not yet repaired, but work-around is "turn key on 5 sec off then repeat 3 times --- this will pressurize fuel rail --- then crank engine ---- works for me.
Suspect cause is either small leak or insufficient time cycle when ignition is first turned on.

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