For sure! Cold makes the oil get thick, and thick oil keeps the engine from turning over fast enough to start. Also, the amount of electricity available from the car's battery is much less in cold weather, again keeping the engine from turning over fast enough to start.
The most common reasons for a car not to turn over or start are a bad starter, a bad starter solenoid, or a wiring problem. If the car is turning over. check the engine for fire to the spark plugs.
When your car has difficulty turning over and doesn't start right up
If the Car didn't start with the key turning the ignition then the car was "hotwired" to turn the Car on.If the key did not start the car, how was it started.
That is too vague of a question. when you turn the key do the dash lights come on (two red lights on speedo). If so, when you turn the key to start the car, does the engine try to turn over? Is it turning over and not starting, or not turning over? or is nothing happening?
Assuming you are referring to an Expedition, your vehicle is turning over but will not start?It is possible forthere is no spark from the plugsno fuel is getting to the spark plugsIs the car turning over or is there a click a few times? If you have a click, click, click, then check your starter.
First make sure your battery is fully charged. Crank the car, if the engine is turning over (moving) your starter is working. HTH
Could be fuel pump or fuel pump relay.
Try getting a new fuel filter.
Cranks is the motor turning over, But cranks and won't start means either you no fuel or no spark or both.
someone sabotaged your car. either that or you need to stop leaning on steering wheel to start the car. Try turning the key instead.