Believe it or not, you may need a new set of plug wires. If the ones on the car are old, the resistance in them is shot and cold weather won't let them fire the engine. If it won't turn over at all, maybe you're running too heavy a weight of oil. I'd suggest you get a block warmer and plug it in every night. This will keep the oil thinned and assist in starting the engine in the morning.
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I would say check the battery FIRST. Have a local parts store test it for free. You should know that as the temperature dropsthe chemical reaction in alead-acid battery is dramatically reduced. This is most prominent between 32F and 0F or colder. I'm not sure what you consider extremely cold. Another thing to note is the batteries age, and how much you paid for it. A $100 battery should last you (at least) five years or so. Dont buy bargain batteries, they are junk and will leave you stranded. Also, one last thing, note the CCA, or Cold Cranking Amps on your battery. Get the best CCA rating (higest) you can afford. Thisrating is what determines how much power can be supplied at the very moment you turn the ignition. Oh I forgot, also check all your connections on battery terminals, and on the starter solinoid, and make sure they are tight. Oh yeah, and the clutch should always be pushed in while starting, or transmission in neutral, either way.
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No. The O2 sensor is only in effect once the computer goes into closed loop mode (usually after engine is up to temperature)
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Something inside the transmission is slipping. To try to avoid the cost of a transmission overhaul try having the transmission fluid and filter changed. You could also try some transmission additive but eventually it will have to be repaired.
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if it is not going into gear when it is started, if it is a standard transmission then it could be that your clutch is not engaging or that your gears are stripped in the caseing of the transmission, if it is an automatic then your torque converter could be bad or there is something wrong with the shift linkage
NO. Your transmission leak has nothing to do with hard starting. Have you replaced the spark plugs & plug wires?
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check your transmission
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) the automatic transmission does not have a dipstick
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check transmission fluid if automatic
No. The engine starts the car.
Starting in 2002 the Ford Explorer ( four door ) does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick
For the Reverse problem, you could have low transmission fluid, or a bad transmission. For starting in drive, just about every modern car will not start when the transmission is in gear. They will only start in Park or Neutral. This is a safety feature to prevent the car from taking off into someone or something when started.
Engine, Transmission, Body, can all prevent starting in different ways.
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Starting in 2002 , the Ford Explorer 4 door doesn't have an automatic transmission dipstick
Starting in 2002 the Ford Explorer 4 door does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick