Depends on your location.
The 1999 Ford Transit cold start wiring diagram can be obtained from most Ford dealerships. The wiring diagram can be found in most Ford repair manuals.
It may have the wrong fluid in it.
a have problems to start when it is cold
Check the Rodeo choke to make sure that is closes when its cold. A bad choke will give you starting problems in the cold.
throttle body or idle air control value
So that it will start or start easier when it is cold; less than 20 degrees.
No, it won't.
The snowfake usually appears when the weather is really cold, under 4 degrees. As the focus is a European car it is meant to warn the driver that it is cold and the roads could be icy. It also turns red when it is extremely cold.
check for burned out glow plugs ANSWER 2 What year model do you have? Does it start if you plug in the block heater? There is a computer update from Ford that can be installed to improve cold starting problems. answer3 Most likely your truck has a block heater and you have to turn the ignition on to start the heater up. its that hissing- buzzing sound you hear whe you first turn the ignition on when its cold, that's why the motor emblem on the dashboard is red
A 2008 Ford Focus ( North America ) uses a BCI group size ( 96R battery ) It came from the factory with the Motorcraft BXT-96R / 590 cold cranking amps
Less performance, economy, harder to start cold.
Because the aquastat is stuck or shorted.
Do you mean right after you start it ? When the engines cold ?
It will tell you on the stick, either "check hot" or "check cold", running or not.
If your 2002 Ford Sport Trac is making a chirping noise when you do a cold start up, this could mean that you have a problem with the engine. You should have it looked at by a mechanic.
too cold just push gas petal when it starts to die
adjust your idle screw at your throttle body and check your cold idle stage stitch at the end of your accelerator cable at your throttle body. it may also need adjusting
There is a "dashpot" that works by vacuum, that revs the car as if you were giving it gas, like stepping on the old cars' pedal to keep it from cutting out when it cold-starts. All of the new cars have it.
glow plugs, glow plug relay, poor compression on engine are some things that will give problems
Your model should have a motor plug. If you plug it in to the wall outlet in cold weather overnight, you should have no problem to get it to start.
Yes if ur car has many or some sort of engine problems
You are referring to CCA or Cold Cranking Amps. Sure you can drive it. In fact that is a very good size battery for cold temperature starts.
The idle speed control valve was bad.
it might be your battery it so cold that it doesn't have the power to turn your engine over. i pull mine in the garage so it doesn't get as cold