Okay. That amount of cranking would not be concerning if it only does it when it is cold.
However, it may have just been the angle of the video but when it was cranking, were you pumping the accelerator? If so, that may be part of the issue. Your engine has a throttle body with a throttle cable that is connected to the accelerator. When you press the accelerator it is only moving the throttle plate allowing more air to come into the engine.
If you are pumping the accelerator when it is cranking then you are altering the air fuel ratio when it is starting by letting more air in then the PCM is calculating for. Basically each time the engine starts the PCM opens the injectors for a predetermined amount of time to inject the correct amount of fuel needed to start the engine. When you open the throttle and allow more air in, it actually leans out the air/fuel mixture and can make it hard to start. So it is better to not pump the accelerator like you did with a carbureted vehicle.
If this gets worse the colder it gets, then that may be an issue and I would start with checking fuel pressure when it is cold and compare that (if possible) to a warm start. So if it is warm right now and starting okay, I would get the pressure and then wait for it to start acting up more and compare the two at that point.
Monday, November 9th, 2020 AT 5:09 PM