Originally Posted by FStop7
Over the past month or so I've noticed my car is cranking longer on cold starts. It usually happens after the car's been sitting for at least 6 hours, if not longer. The cranking time is not hugely different, but enough to where it's easily noticed. When the engine does fire up it sounds strong. The cranking itself also sounds strong, so I don't think it's a weak battery.
My first thought was maybe the fuel pump or filter?
Anyone else experience something like this?
I've noticed in the morning, there is a slight hitch in starting. Throughout the day it fires up fine. One time, the engine wouldn't completely turn over. I had to release the clutch and restart to get it to catch. Otherwise, the car drives fine.
2016 GT4 - incoming
2011 e90 m3, 1993 e36 325i, 1999 e46 328i, 2005 ap2 s2000, 2007 WRX STi, 2008 g37s coupe, 2009 Audi a4 2.0T Avant