Did you proof read that? If you're trying to say it has a long crank time before it starts for the first time in the day, suspect fuel pressure is leaking down overnight. That can be due to a leaking fuel pressure regulator, leaking check valve in the pump, or a leaking injector. If you turn the ignition switch to "run", then pause there for two seconds before cranking the engine, and it starts quicker, suspect fuel pressure bleeding off. That doesn't hurt anything; it's just annoying.
Thursday, January 5th, 2012 AT 3:53 AM