Question about 2002 Honda Civic
You need to see if the fuel pump pressure is bleeding off, if it is the check valve in the fuel pump is defective and the pump must be replaced, this issue causes long crank times before the engine starts because the system has to build pressure in the fuel line. To test the check valve hook up a fuel pressure test guage, start the engine and run it for a few seconds, turn off the engine and watch the pressure, it should no drop off more than a few PSI.
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