I have a 99 VW Passat. Having it not start has happened to me, several times, and it is infuriating. Esp. because it seems to be related to the computer. Did you happen to have run it for a short time, say, to move it in the driveway or something, and then turn it off? And then, the next time you went to start it, it wouldn't start? A mechanic told me that something in the computer gets confused if you do that--to never just run it for a minute and then turn it off--let it run for at least 5 mintues. I've had to have this car towed more than any other car I've ever owned, and I've owned an old Alfa Romeo and a Ford pickup. Grrr. Good luck.It's the coolant temperature sensorEngines need a richer air/fuel mixture when they're cold than they do when warmed up. They can do this in several ways--dump in more gas, cut down the amount of air or screw with the ignition timing.
There are two problems described here, and both are caused by the same thing. The first is that the car won't start in the cold...which means the sensor is reporting the car's warmed up when it's dead cold. The extra gas the engine needs isn't coming in, so the engine will not start. The other, where the "computer is getting confused" after you start, shut down after a minute then try to restart, is that the engine isn't warmed up yet but the defective sensor claims it is. The engine still needs the gas, but it's not getting it so you don't start.
my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings? my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings?
moisture on the ignition coils.spray them with silicon spray.
try replacing the alternator
Mornings can being early anywhere on earth: this phenomenon is not limited to Antarctica. Generally, the start time depends on the task at hand.
The percentage of Americans that drink tea or coffee to start their mornings range from 50 percent to 80 percent. 50 percent of Americans drink coffee at least once a day.
It is the beginning of a brand new day!!!! Kind of like you can start things over. And one good things about mornings is breakfast!!!
Try changing the oils the relate to the spudder and idle. Then try and time it.
So we can have time to get ready in the mornings without being in such a hurry!!
Probably not, although it could lead to other problems which would cause your car not to start.
A 1989 Prelude SI FI that will not start in the mornings until you keep trying could mean that your air filter needs to be replaced. A dirty air filter could result in starting problems.
A faulty intake air temperature sensor can cause a number of issues in a vehicle. Among these problems are taking longer to start on cold mornings and increased consumption of fuel.
As soon as you start getting your nausea feeling in the mornings.
Because there is no such thing as an Ion from that year!!!
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
That you have asked this question is perfectly reasonable.
on a cold morning the gas compacts and liquefy do to tempter thus your engine is not getting enough fuel to start
lions love to rest in the mornings and evenings because, they get to rest and start their hunting at night.
It could, along with dozens of other possibilities.
Your distributor cap may have moisture on the contacts in the morning, but it dries out in the afternoon, thereby allowing you to start the vehicle later in the day.
It's an automatic idle, the motor needs to run at a higher RPM for a few moments to lubricate the valves and pistons, perfectly normal operation.
It is perfectly fine to start a sentence with "She". However, it would be incorrect to start a paragraph with she.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
it is perfectly normal. when you first set eyes on a person you start stereo typing them. even if you don't want to it is perfectly normal.
You survive it like all of your other grades. Of course this is the time where you start developing more, but trust it's perfectly normal and you'll get over it.
It means you are perfectly normal.