In the morning, all the metal parts in your car are literally smaller, because as science tells us, things shrink in the cold and expand in the heat. Some metal components in your ignition system, being colder, and thus smaller, are now farther apart. So it takes more electrical potential (voltage) to jump these larger gaps. So everything from your battery to your starter motor to your spark plugs are using more energy to get you going. Add to all this the fact that your oil is much thicker when it's cold, and tends to act more like pancake syrup than a lubricant, which your engine has to work harder to pump.
It could be a number of things....if the distributer has a hair line crack it could be drawing moisture over night.
Getting a new battery with more cranking amps or taking your starter apart and cleaning it might solve the problem.
A car may start better in the afternoon, because the heat of the sun has warmed up the engine. Once a car has sat over night, it may be difficult to start in the morning because the engine is cold.
The cold weather makes it harder for the battery to provide amperage to start the car.
There could be many reasons why a car has an issue starting in the morning but not the afternoon. The most common start is that the battery has an issue with cold start, and would need to be replaced with a battery that does have a cold start option.
I would get in my other car
check the fuel pump relay. it may be overheating.
the coolant temperature sensor could be faulty.......
Leaving the car stereo on overnight can drain the battery and make the car impossible to start in the morning.
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.
Jump start car and ensure alternator and battery are good.
It would be difficult to succeed as a car rental company in Chicago. This is because of the number of existing large firms.
A hybrid car can be easy or difficult to steal depending on its security apparatus
One car stopped behaving that way when the battery was replaced.
Without knowing your exact brand of car, this is a difficult question to answer. The first thought I have would be that your vehicle has an immobilizer, in which case you will need to take the immobilizer off before you can start the vehicle. If it's not the case that you have an immobilizer on your vehicle, I would suggest you refer to the owner's manual for your car, or contact a dealership.
your carsis probly to cold to start up
Probably not, although it could lead to other problems which would cause your car not to start.
Depends on the car....what is it???
It would depend on what type of car racing you speak of, there are several types.
The car shakes because your engin has been cold and you sudenly start the car it will shake
Getting a car to start without using the key is called hot wiring the car, however the process is far more difficult than it used to be, if not impossible. Many new cars have keys that have circuit boards in them that only allow the car to start if they are connected to the ignition.
NO it should not start but if does I would call it a miracle.
No, if the car was shut off and cool, which it would have been by then. You did not try to start the car. It would have had to have been a random act of vandalism to get the car on fire.