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Hi--My 2004 911 Annv. parked in garage - The last 2 days in the morning only it now takes 2 trys to start up .Before it allways started on frist try. Whats happen ??? :huh:

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Hi--My 2004 911 Annv. parked in garage - The last 2 days in the morning only it now takes 2 trys to start up .Before it allways started on frist try. Whats happen ??? :huh:

battery would be my guess.

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Hi--My 2004 911 Annv. parked in garage - The last 2 days in the morning only it now takes 2 trys to start up .Before it allways started on frist try. Whats happen ??? :huh:

battery would be my guess.

Thanks --But the battery is less than 1 year --Battery sounds strong :(

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Thanks --But the battery is less than 1 year --Battery sounds strong :(

Unfortunately when you say the battery is 1 year old doesn't mean much (in terms of manufacture). Do you keep it on a maintainer? If not, it would be my first suspect as well.

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Thanks --But the battery is less than 1 year --Battery sounds strong :(

Unfortunately when you say the battery is 1 year old doesn't mean much (in terms of manufacture). Do you keep it on a maintainer? If not, it would be my first suspect as well.

Just pluged into today -I'll see what happens tomorrow :o

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What do you mean by not starting? Turns over but does not fire up?

If so, my first suspect would be gas.

Yes! -Maybe fuel injector ????

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What do you mean by not starting? Turns over but does not fire up?

If so, my first suspect would be gas.

Yes! -Maybe fuel injector ????

No, I don't mean fuel injector I mean bad gas.

Highly unlikely that all 6 injectors would be bad.

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What do you mean by not starting? Turns over but does not fire up?

If so, my first suspect would be gas.

Yes! -Maybe fuel injector ????

No, I don't mean fuel injector I mean bad gas.

Highly unlikely that all 6 injectors would be bad.

Would'nt I feel it when driving ????????

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Because once combustion starts the chamber is heated that helps with combustion.

Re-fill the tank and see if it gets better over a week or so.

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Because once combustion starts the chamber is heated that helps with combustion.

Re-fill the tank and see if it gets better over a week or so.

Will do --Thanks :)

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What do you mean by not starting? Turns over but does not fire up?

If so, my first suspect would be gas.

Yes! -Maybe fuel injector ????

No, I don't mean fuel injector I mean bad gas.

Highly unlikely that all 6 injectors would be bad.

Loren -Good call -Filled up fresh gas diffrent station --Problem solved -Your were correct

Thanks Again

Rick :)

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