why does my 2002 lincoln have a hard time starting in the morning

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Asked by Oct 31, 2013 at 08:00 PM about the 2002 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i usually have to crank it over 4-5 times before it starts but once it starts it will restart all day with out fail but the next morning it has a hard time getting started why is this and what is it please help

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Have you checked the battery voltage in the morning before you start? Assuming all else is OK with the car - the first thoughts are the battery not holding a charge. This could be a failed or failing cell(s) and require a replacement. Or possibly some accessory that is draining the battery when it sits for awhile. Is there anything plugged into the cigaret lighter outlet?

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well it has enough power to crank over for 5-7 sec about 6-7 times before it starts it doesn't have any problems turning over and even if i dont start my car again till 8 that night it will start with out fail but the next morning it starts all over again, weird

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Fuel pressure is the first thing I'd check, could be a bad pressure regulator, then the injectors, they could be leaking down overnight causing a flooded condition the next day, might check to see if it blows black smoke when first started overnight.

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