My '91 300D 2.5 has become noticeably harder to start
when the engine is warm. It eventually starts, but
it cranks for a lot longer than it used to before the
engine lights off.
The glow plugs aren't the problem, since the engine
fires right up on cold mornings. And I doubt it's
the battery, for the same reason. Either pressing
the accelerator or not pressing it makes no difference.
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