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Over the last couple of years my Elantra hasn’t been starting on the first try when the weather gets warmer. If I put the key to the start position and let the fuel pump do its cycle it will usually start, but if I just put the key in and try and start it will almost start but the engine will stutter and fail (sometimes it does start though).

I’ve never had a car where I had to let the fuel pump run before it’ll start (including this car) and it’s not necessary during the cooler months.

Is there something that can be done?
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