I know this has nothing to do with Mustangs but it is a car problem and i really dont want to register on another forum for one topic... A friend of mine has a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport that is hard to start in the morning, but the problem is intermittent. If she applies about 1/2 throttle when starting, it will eventually fire up but then she has to hold the rpms up so it doesnt die. after a few minutes of sustained 2000rpm, it will idle fine. she says there is no lack of power and fuel mileage hasnt changed, its just a PITA to get started on most *not all* mornings, or after it has been sitting more than a couple hours. I have not experienced this problem first hand i am just going on what she has told me. I beleive it is a fuel related problem and suggested she start small and replace her fuel filter, as it is inexpensive and needed maintenance anyway. her mechanic told her that the fuel filter in her vehicle is not removable, which has got to be a load of BS...why would there be a filter if it cant be changed?? anyway, if anyone has any further ideas as to what might be wrong or knows anything about the fuel filter in a cherokee, post it up...i dont want her to spend all sorts of money chasing something and she lives too far away for me to just pop in and check it out for myself.