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Occasionally when I take my 2011 Pilot out for a drive, it will crank what seems to be longer after sitting for 2 hours and completely cooled off. It is not a daily driver and it does have 134k on it and I'm the second owner. I bought 1.5 years ago with 131k on it and don't run around much.
The previous owner kept it up and had the correct maintenances done including the all important 100k timing belt replacement done. So I'm wondering could it be time for new plugs, or would be necessary for a fuel system cleaning. I'm hoping it's not a fuel pump/fuel pressure issue that could be costly. I'm at the age and condition that I'm no longer a do it yourselfer.
 

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Auto parts stores like Advance, Autozone can test your battery free. Slow extended cranks could be the clue your battery is presenting of imminent failure. As mentioned the age may be a factor so check the sticker on the battery for clues on the age.
 
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