You're listing two different symptoms that do not appear to be related, at least at this time. For the long crank time, a real good suspect is fuel pressure is bleeding off when the engine is off. That pressure should hold for days or weeks. You may be able to get a clue if you turn the ignition switch to "run", wait a couple of seconds, turn it off, then turn it to "crank". Each time you turn the switch on, the fuel pump will run for about one second. It won't continue running until you start cranking the engine, and then, since the battery's voltage is drawn down by the starter, the fuel pump can run too slowly to build the fuel pressure needed for the engine to run.
Friday, February 24th, 2017 AT 7:28 PM