95 bronco takes 7 sconds to start/if i turn key and wait10 seconds itwill start in3 seconds why

Asked by Oct 12, 2014 at 09:28 PM about the 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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That's not a bad amount of time for any fuel injected vehicle. Most vehicles that sit overnight takes a few more seconds to start. If it is taking longer than it used to. I would replace fuel filter, but if you have never changed one before you need to be careful. Try this as well, turn the key to the on position(don't crank it)then back to off position. Do that two times and on the third try to crank it.


possibly injectors bleeding off a little when she sits. I have a 96 s10 that does the same thing. if I turn the key to the on position for a few seconds be fore I crank it then it starts right up. give TDJs idea a try.

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