Question about 1994 Chevrolet Camaro
You may be losing fuel pressure. There is a fuel pressure regulator in the fuel line. It has a check valve in it. If the check valve is bleeding off then you have to get fuel pressure pumped back up. You can verify by turning the key on and letting it sit for about 5 seconds, turn off and then back on and repeat 3 times. This will pump fuel back up to the regulator and should start right away.
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