06_blkout wrote:It's an SE-R/Spec-V thing lol. Sometimes mine is worse when I use MD gas.
There is a fix for it, and Nissan actually has a TSB for it. You can buy the fuel canister rebuild kit from the dealer (200$ if I remember right). Go there and tell them you want the fuel pump kit that fixes the long crank issue. The kit replaces the faulty check valve in the canister that won't hold pressure.
You can also leave the key on for about 5 seconds before starting the car, that should help.
You don't have any codes do you? Because faulty cam/crank sensors can do the same thing.
yeah i had the long crank problem for a minute. check engine light was on, cant remember the code but it had to do with the crankshaft position sensor. replaced it but every here and there i would still get the long crank. not as bad as before so im not complaining. never thought of doing the fuel canister thing but thanks for the info 06_blkout. I'll try that asap