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Old 11-27-2012, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Yaz View Post
Hello Everyone,

Hope everyone had good holiday
My X3 is taking little longer to start. It not battery problem and its not stater problem because there are no signs of that.
Does that meen I need tuneup? You think it could be because it time for new spark plugs?
It has 60k mils.

Thank you in advance.
Yaz.



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Next time you start it turn it to "on" and give it about 10 seconds before you turn to "start". This allows time for the fuel pressure to build up before you try to start it.

If that improves it then it's likely just the check valve in the fuel pump allowing the fuel system to depressurize itself overnight. It's really no big deal if that is what it is. Just pause between on and start. Sometimes it will clear itself of whatever is causing the leak and go back to normal.
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