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most of us have a long crank to get the 4.0 to start. I know this is usually accredited to the CPS, but I'm wondering if there could be any other factors.


I don't like it taking more than 2 or 3 seconds to start an engine..it doesn't seem right. the 3800 starts in less than a second and a half, and the 2.8 that was in the 86 started within 6 seconds every time (rare I knwo). the 2.5 I have at the farm right now starts in less than 3 seconds, running on 3 year old fuel.


so, what else could contribute to it? or is it just generally an old and wearing out CPS?

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