Need to check fuel pressure and fuel filter first. I think you will find your problem there.
If you have fixed the problem, it will likely reset itself after about 20 engine starts. Also, the local oil change/inspection station may do it for free. It takes a diagnostic reader to do it.
check the spark plug ... do not start it by bushing the fuel pedal . just start it by doing nothing els ...
could be a weak battery, not turning engine fast enough at startup. check battery voltage should be approx. 12.5 volts when not running.about 14.0 when running.
If you have a 2003 Trailblazer which takes 5 minutes before it starts, there could be a problem with the remote start or the ignition switch.
There may be a compression problem here. Get a test done, this will check condition of rings and valves.
Battery could be low, it takes more energy to start engine Check starter wires
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biggest problem with ford starters burning out is caused by a bad battery and prolonged engine turning over if hard to start. if starter has been replaced, your battery may not have correct cranking amps. bare in mind that a hot engine actually takes more cranking amps than a cold engine to start.
A hot start button helps you start a motorbike when it is hot. When a bike is hot, it can be extremely difficult to start and this takes care of that problem.
You fix problem first, then set tyour Code reader to "Erase code", turn on engine and check again .Sometimes it takes 2-3 starts to erase.
It takes a lot of energy to start, but once it starts the energy produced is much greater.
Try a tune up
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The amount of gas it takes to start up a pickup truck depends on what type of truck and its engine. The amount used to start up the engine is not significant.
takes 3 times for engine to start
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Perhaps starter is getting weak and needs replacing--takes more effort to start hot engine
It takes a special hand-held 1/4 inch allen-drive 12 volt starter moter-starter, it is designed to turn one way (clockwise) and spin free in reverse so when engine starts with not jerk out of your hand. Buy it used on eBay.
engine flooding. low battery. cold weather. try putting the holding the clutch down as you start the car as this takes some of the pressure off the engine
White smoke is unburned fuel, usually caused by low combustion temps in the engine. It should clear up after the engine warms up. If it takes a long time or the smoke persists when the engine is warm, it could be retarded injection. If you have a cold start lever pull it to the first notch and see if the smoke disappears. If not it could be an injector problem, or an injection problem (injection pump TDI... etc)
Did you check your starter?
oil can be leaking from higher up on engine. u just need to clean engine, then after running for awhile, look for leak, be aware that oil on engine can be blown back over engine by the fan, so some hard looking may be what it takes to find the problem
There is a problem with the emissions system. Make sure you gas cap is tight. If that is not the problem, I suggest you seek out professional help. It takes a progfessional to diagnois the problem.
Fuel may be draining back into the tank. So the engine will turn over but not start until the fuel reachs the engine. If it is damp out, the wires may be bad. The spark will arc before it gets to the plugs, preventing combustion. It takes fuel, spark and combustion to make an engine run.