Borrow, rent or buy a GM code scanner and see if there are any stored codes in the computer. It could also be something simple like a map sensor or temperature sensor that is out of calibration. If the computer is being told that the engine is warm, it won't send extra fuel during startup. Also, check the compression and ignition. A weak spark will make it difficult to start when cold. Low compression is a serious problem and there isn't much you can do for it except rebuild or replace the engine. Good luck.
Replace the engine coolant temp sensor.
It is important to use the right type of transmission fluid in a car. A 1994 Chevy Corsica take Dexron III transmission fluid.
In the transmission.
Hard starting....cranks fine, won't fire. Add just a quick shot of starting fluid and it lights up...it's glow plugs. Tricky replacement, but can be done.
It uses DEXTRON III automatic trans fluid.
Its a common problem, generally because the fuel pump is dead, or the fuel filter is clogged.
The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.
I would start by checking the power steering fluid, sounds like the fluid may be low.
Probably the most common reason would be the fuel pump is bad. Squirt a little starting fluid into the air intake and try to start it. If it starts and runs for a moment, it's the fuel pump.
Mike didn't know what type of fluid was leaking from his car, but he was sure it was trouble.
I am not a mechanic but it sounds like it is with your fuel injectors. They are either real dirty, clogged, not working at all or your ECU is not sending the injectors a signal to open. Good luck
could be fuel pump or a bad sensor - really needs to go to the dealer to be plugged into their computer
May be injectors are loosing prime - try turning key to "on" position without starting vehicle for about 5 seconds. Try this twice and then try starting vehicle
The best place to spray starting fluid into your 2007 Nissan is the air cleaner housing. Remove the cover to the air cleaner housing and spray the starting fluid directly into the air filter.
Fire or starting fluid
Check the fuel pressure. There should be a test port near the throttle body. If that checks out OK, test the spark to make sure the coil packs are working. If everything checks out, try a little starting fluid to see if you can run the engine briefly that way. If it will start with starting fluid and not without, you have a fuel delivery problem and you need to go back through and test everything along the way. If you have good pressure to the test port, that's not the problem.
try the fuel pump relay. idk i'm having problems with my suburban too
AnswerUnfortunately tbat doesn't give enough information. Is it cranking? If not the battery could have gone dead. If it cranks but doesn't catch there could be a fuel delivery problem, try some starting fluid to see if you can get it to run at least a little.If it doesn't start with the fluid, check the distributor cap. it likes to accumulate moisture.
Sub freezing starting assist fluid
Trouble code P0713 means:Transmission fluid temperature sensor circuit high input
you apparently have a manual transmission or you would have found the dipstick/filler tube commonly yellow in this year range as is our 95 corsica! manual trannies don't usually require fluid until full servicing. but in the case you do need it, should be steel plug about 1/2 way up the side of tranny usually passenger side.