93 Rodeo Extended Cranking When Warm

I have a 93 3.2 Rodeo at approx 100K miles, it starts fine if it has been driven in the last 10-15 minutes, but if you wait much longer than that, it seems like you have to engage the starter for ever (at least
10-15 seconds) before it will start. When it does start it runs great. It never fails to start, just that extended cranking time after the engine heat soaks. Any Ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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electro punk wrote:

when did you last replace plugs?
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the plugs are new ngk's, wires were replaced in the last 6 months...
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electro punk wrote:

sounds like your loosing fuel pressure before you try starting when cold open the cap on your fuel rail and press the valve lightly if you get a strong presents of gas like a good squirt presure is ok if not change your fuel filter of pump if you get a good stream then change your crank sensor
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