So far, I have changed spark plugs, coils, fuel pressure regulator, coolant temperature sensor, fuel pump relay and I am still experiencing extended cranking when engine is warm.
Notice this problem started occurring the next day prior to changing the fuel pump.
So, I decided to leave it off for about 2 minutes and check the fuel pressure valve and when I did there was hardly any air and a little mist of fuel vapors that shot out.
Then I turn the key to the on position and still I get no fuel pressure or fuel until I attempt to crank the vehicle a couple of times.
Also, I tried starting it by taping the gas pedal and that doesn't seem to work so I have to leave the throttle body close and keep cranking it until it builds fuel pressure then it turns on and drives with no problems.
have the same problem?
Friday, June 17th, 2022 AT 6:10 AM