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08-04-2013 05:57 PM
ThePhakeMcCoy
99 TJ Starting Issues

When the engine is cold, my Jeep starts right away, but after it warms up and say I go into the store for 10 minutes and come back to crank it, it takes a while to finally turn over, or I cut the switch all the way off and turn it back on and it will fire right up. A buddy of mine, told me it was the fuel pressure regulator, as he has replaced his twice. I changed that and the issue is still there. I had the fuel pressure checked and it is okay.

Anymore ideas on what could be causing this? I was told possibly the crank sensor?

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