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Multiple cranks to fire...

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    Multiple cranks to fire...

    So in Januray I got a 95 Z28, 6-speed, t-tops. leather...blah blah but it's totally stock. The car sat for almost a year and a half before I got it. When I first got it, one crank badda bing it fired right up. Through the winter when the streets were clear i'd drive it one or two days a week. Now that the weather is breaking and I can actually use the t-tops I drive it almost everyday but ever since early March it takes 2-3 cranks to fire up. My buddy had a 93 Z28 and now has a 00 ws6 and says he had the same issue with his Z and still does with his ws6. Is this normal? I replaced spark plugs, checked alternator, spark plug wires, starter, ignition switch, key chip, etc. etc. bnut still 2-3 cranks to start. Any ideas?

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    95 Z28

    Might check your fuel pressure when you turn the key to the on position.

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    03 Corvette Z06

    Like 5.0 this said check the fuel pressure. Probably would not hurt to change the fuel filter and the intake filter.

    Edit: I just noticed its a 95 clean the maf as well.

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