Originally Posted by Frango100
I agree with Hacksaw. If the engine cranks over normally, the battery and the starter are ok. If the problem is fuel pressure related, then at first start just put the ignition switch in run for 5 secs, back to off and this 2 or 3 times. The fuel pump will run for 3 secs each time and build up pressure in the fuel rail. If it starts ok then, change the fuel filter/pressure regulator.
Tried this today after another cold night, didn't really do much to make it start better.
Also, just wanted to clarify the issue because I may have been confused on what I was saying was turning over vs. starting up.
When I go to start my Jeep after these past few cold night I have to hold the key 'engine start' position for an extended amount of time before the engine will actually start running.
I will probably go have the battery tested on Saturday to see if that is the issue.
Thanks for all the tips and help everyone!