As a follow-up to my original question a few months ago (see http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=17243
My rough starts have gotten more frequent, with them occuring just about every time I key the ignition forward to start the engine (unless it was just recently turned off). The starter will crank and crank for 5-10 seconds now, before the engine fires up. Sometimes it will die and require another crank, or it might rev itself up to keep going. I am also smelling the obvious odor of gasoline right after these starts. Is this just a result of the fuel injectors pumping in more gas than necessary, due to the excessive starting time? While inspecting the outside of my throttle body the other day, I noted that there are a couple fuel lines that I can pull off manually. Should those all be clamped? Just wanted to make sure I shouldn't be looking for another fuel leakage problem.
My throttle body and IAC will be cleaned in a few days (which will hopefully solve all of this), after my TB gasket is sent to Advance Auto from another regional store. TIA -[/url]