That makes no sense at all. The injectors don't need a bit of fuel pressure to open. It is opened electrically. Anyways, that is a very common problem with that motor. Most of the time the check valve in the fuel pump module goes bad and lets the fuel bleed back into the tank after the vehicle is turned off. So when you jump in and crank it, the lines must be filled again, and since those motors are very picky, and won't start without the exact fuel pressure you get the extended crank. One thing to try to verify the problem is to cycle the key on and off a few times before you try to crank it. It will probably fire up alot easier that way. You will need the whole fuel pump module, you can't service the parts separately.what happens is the fuel pump does not put out enough pressure to open the injectors. its the pump. we have done a couple dozen of them this year.