I know many do not realize the right way to start fuel injection engines, I can see a few scratching their heads at that remark. I see it day in and day out, jump in hit the key and go right!!! Wrong your are dealing with a system that must have initial pressurization, follow a simple tip and it will start quicker and reduce starter wear. When you get behind the wheel turn the key to the on position you will hear the fuel pump come on, wait the 3-5 seconds for the sound to stop then hit the starter. Your starts will be far more instantaneous and you will have far less starter wear. My sub has 144,000 on it with very mixed driving here on Long Island. My starter after 137,000 started acting up, I pulled expecting it to be toast! I took it to a buddies shop and pulled it apart, to my amazement it did not even need brushes. A new solenoid a shot on the test bench and I put it back in the truck, still in disbelief I called the original owner and asked it he had ever done a starter NOPE! But he also being a mechanic like myself followed the same start up technique, we both basically proved beyond our doubts it works! I have taught this to most of my friends I felt I would share it up here.