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Excessive cranking time for engine start

(1995 Saab 9000)
in Portsmouth, NH on March 10, 2010
I have to crank engine 15 to 20 seconds (not always) especially after a long period parked before engine starts.
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on March 10, 2010
Id would double check your fuel presure after it sits and see if it is bleeding down. Might have a faulty check valve in the fuel pump
on June 07, 2010
your fuel pump is bleading back into the tank you need to replace the pump to make sure this is the problem put a fuel pump tester on and turn on the car dont start just in run and check the preasure and see if there is leak back
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