I have 2008 Honda CRV with 182K miles. I have noticed that in the last few months the car occasionally takes longer to start. I have replaced ignition switch, spark plug and cleaned throttle body valve. I have a feeling it could be a fuel pump but not sure how to be absolutely sure. The car has never failed to start as of now and I am not sure it’s a starter issue. Is there any easy hack that you can recommend to narrow down the problem? I was thinking of checking the fuel pressure based on the manual but the equipment in the manual is very expensive. I have rented out fuel pressure check from Autozone but I haven’t found a good video on how to use it(https://www.autozone.com/loan-a-tools/loaner-fuel-pump-diagnostic-kit/oemtools-fuel-pressure-test-kit/913437_0_0) for my vehicle.
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