If the fuel pump jumper helps:Jeff Sweeney said:i'v already done a search and i learned if i jump the fuel pump that it will start. so i was wandering what could be rong.
Mine is the same, its a lack of fuel pressure. I have a fuel pressure gauge and when it cranks and cranks, guess what, no fuel pressure. If I work the gas pedal just right, I'll get enough air flow in the AFM to trip the fuel pump contact, up comes the pressure and it fires right up. If I put in the jumper, it starts first time every time, hot, cold or warm. Its been that way for years, some day I'll find out what's wrong, but in the mean time, an inch of wire and two spade lugs and it works just fine.Jeff Sweeney said:it just keeps turning over and finely starts.but when its been siting more than 3hr it starts fine.