Slow starting GT
My 1991 GT has one annoying issue that is starting to bug me. When I turn the key to start it it will crank over about 8-10 times and not start. Then I barely step on the accelerator, turn the key to "start" and it usually starts on the first crank. Tried stepping on the accelerator on the first attempt to start it and it just turns over and doesn't start. The second time is usually the charm. Kind of reminds me of an old Chizler Motors (Chrysler) car I had. It wouldn't start either. 1st, 2nd, or 8th time. Believe it or not, the car was a 1968 Hemi-roid Charger (yes, a real Hemi, not a clone) The problem with the Hemi was a weak ballast resistor.
The car has had a fresh tune up, timing is set at 10 degrees, all new filters, plugs, etc. I've replaced the fuel filter, checked the fuel pressure (about 38 pounds with no drop) and generally replaced most items that wear out. The car idles great, runs out strong, and doesn't miss a beat.. Any ideas on what to do now? By the way, the car is bone stock (less air silencer) and has 72,000 actual on the clock.