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When my truck sits for over 12 hrs it takes it while for it to crank

(2015 Toyota Tundra)
in Lucedale, MS on October 11, 2018
It just turns over. Have to try it several times before it cranks.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? When engine cold
How long have you had this problem? Everyday
Tags: toyota, tundra
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on October 11, 2018
Could be losing fuel pressure prime. If the car is under warranty bring it back to the dealer. If not then you will need to bring this in for a hands-on inspection. I suspect fueling issues but there are many variables here that require someone experienced to take a look.

Also, I want to make sure we are on the same page. Cranking and turning over are the same thing. That refers to the starter turning or cranking the engine in an attempt to start. If it's doing that and not firing or starting right away then it could be fuel related. If it's not cranking or turning over at all then it could be a weak battery or starter issue.
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