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3218Re: [bmw e28] Takes time to start...

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  • Alan Myler - at home
    5 Jan 08:29
      I'm getting that at the moment, but I'm guessing that winter in Ireland
      is a lot
      more cold and damp than it is in San Antonio, so I doubt if your car's
      problems
      are similar to mine.

      Alan


      purplehead2002 wrote:

      >
      > Has anyone experienced on their car a sudden change where it
      > takes longer than usual to crank and actually start the engine,
      > let's say, 8 - 10 seconds in total? Could it be a clogged up fuel
      > filter, fuel line, or maybe ignition related?
      >
      > Thank you,
      >
      > Joel T. Gonzalez
      > San Antonio, TX.
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