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2003 Focus Problem Help Pls

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i got a 2003 ford focus and nothing is wrong with it at all no problems except it seems to take a while to start, longer then i think it should. it takes about 5-6 seconds to start... it starts everytime and is fine except the fact it takes a while to crank over? why is it doing this

its a very clean car granny driven has 151km on it

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Are you letting the immobiliser light go out before you try starting up?

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Are you letting the immobiliser light go out before you try starting up?

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Just coz a granny has owned it doesn't make it a good car, usually there low mileage which mean has been sat about more than driven and most of the time they let services slip because of the low mileage, I would just change the plugs and leads and see how u get on, I also noticed when I have a 03 focus that if you try to start and let go to quick before it starts and then try again it will take 5-6 secs to crank, maybe changed the fuel filter aswell or get the fuel pump checked out.

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