SOLVED: My Landy will not start w/o small shot of starting fluid-- then runs beautifully. Backround: 105k, beautifully kept in southern Cal location. New Pertronix distr complete w/ cap, rtr, and coil, new plugs. New fuel filter. Replaced itertia switch. New Fuel injection Corp maf before I bought truck. Fuel pressure tests at schrader valve 29 to 34#, jumps from 0 to30# quickly w/ key on, very little drop over time (couple of hrs). (Disconnected pressure reg vacuum line, pressure reading jumped to 38#.) Once started and warm-- turn off, try to start immed will still take 5 seconds crank to start. After 1 hr, takes 15 seconds cranking. Does not appear to be flooding out at injectors-- no black smoke etc. As soon as it gets a bit of starting fluid, fires right up and drives like crazy: good accel when stomped on, will do 70mph easily. This model does not have a crank position sensor. What would be stopping fuel needed to start + run? From postings, 80rpm is required to initiate fuel flow. Where is that measured? No codes on display under pass seat.