The engine coolant temp switch could be a possiblity.If I give it a little gas with foot on brake it does not hesitate and the fuel is running very rich
There could be a problem with the jetting (for your altitude) or the condition of the air filter (dirty?). These are what I would check first.
There could be many reasons why a car won't start in the morning. It might be a problem with a cold start, but it could be the battery isn't connected all the way, or the lack of gas.
One of the reasons a 2000 Jeep Cherokee heater would randomly blow cold air and then hot air and then cold might be that there is a problem with the hot/cold duct. The air or a vent might be inadvertently blowing periodically.
could it be that the oil has gotten to cold and thick
how can i solve the problem
You need a new battery
check fuel pressure. change fuel filter first.
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.
this could be due to a faulty cold start injector, or cold start injector time switch. Could also be caused by incorrect valve adjustment.
No, it won't.
There are a few things that could be causing your S10 to not want to start in cold weather. You should check your throttle position sensor, coils or possibly a vacuum leak.
I had a similar problem with my 1998 4.0L wrangler where it would take alot of cranking to start warm but start pretty well when cold. My problem was the fuel pressure regulator was busted. I had to have the fuel sending unit replaced to fix the problem. Also, before you do anything else, check for carbon deposits in your throttle body, that could be contributing to the problem.
Cold start in computing terms mean to start a computer programme from the very beginning. It is a potential problem in the computer based information system.
It depends on what's wrong. Low compression can cause a vehicle to be difficult to start. If that's your problem it could be very expensive. But start with the easy stuff first. If you have a little water in your fuel line, it could be freezing and fuel will not be able to get through. Try a little fuel line de-icer. If that takes care of the problem, it was an easy fix. If the compression is low, you'll need a complete engine rebuild. It could also be a weak spark. Since you didn't specify what it acts like when it won't start, it could also just be a weak battery. A 6 year old battery is just about at the end of it's life cycle. The chemical reaction in a battery is considerably slowed down in cold weather, and the battery is not able to produce as much "cold cranking amps" when it gets old and tired. Sometimes your battery can be right on the edge and not be able to produce enough to start when it's cold, but after it warms up a little the battery works well. Have the battery and charging system checked at a reputable auto parts store.
There is a cold start valve in the fuel system that could be bad. Or the temp. sending unit could be bad as well. Check your fuel filter first! where is the cold start valve,how does it work.
It can be battery, faulty coolant temperature sensor, faulty cold start injector, malfunctioning fuel system, injector leaking.
check cold start sensor or cold start valve is the same dif. name, also check for the coil pack could be in short good luck
One reason is engine overheating - check your temp gauge and coolant as a first step.
have the heaters check, i had the same problem but fixed when changed heaters.
I have a 97 Buick Lesbre thermostat control temp blink every time I start my car and also blow cold air out what could be the problem?
ya it could be your jetting or maybe your carb needs to be cleaned i would make sure your gettin gas and go from there
try the fuel pump, that was the problem with mine when it was doing that. it also wouldn't start when the car was warm, but when it was cold it wouldn't miss a beat