The fuel pressure should be between 35psi and 55psi. A regulator is around 100.00 aftermarket. If you review the How To check the fuel system, you will see it is easy to do yourself. When engines crank for a long time, many times it is due to needing a tune up or low fuel pressure. The regulator can cause that. I can't guarantee anything without checking it, but that is where I would start. The old fuel pump may have been good.
That is the best I can offer without being there. If you have other questions or concerns, let me know.
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 AT 11:56 PM