You could also have a problem with the check valve in the fuel pump located in the tank. This check valve is designed to prevent fuel from draining back into the tank when you stop your engine. Try this: In the morning, before you even spin the motor over, just turn the key to the ON position and listen for the pump. It should run about 4 or 5 seconds, Just like techman1 said. If it runs, let it run til it stops. Turn the key off and wait 4 or 5 seconds. Turn it back on til the pump stops. Repeat this 2 or 3 times and then try to start it. If that is, in fact, the problem, this will PRIME the fuel system and get the fuel back up to the injectors. It should start right up. Now, if this works like I just described, replacing the fuel pump will correct the problem. Don't rule out what techman1 said, though. His solution is just as likely as mine.
Friday, October 17th, 2008 AT 8:16 PM