Why Is My Car Having Trouble Starting In The Morning When Its Cold Out

Posted in Ignition Systems | Asked on Aug 7, 2010

I have a 99 accorde coupe v6. This summer, the car would not start if it was really hot out or had been sitting in the sun. I went and had a full tune-up and the fuel main relay replaced and the battery is new. That seemed to fix that issue. Now its getting cold out, and whenever i go to start my car in the morning after its been cold (40′s), it has trouble kicking over. It has started on the first time so far but only after i have it cranked for 4-5 seconds? Any idea what this could be? Could this somehow be related to the not starting in really hot weather too?

There are 2 Answers for "Why Is My Car Having Trouble Starting In The Morning When Its Cold Out"

  1. BAD RAD CARSON says:

    have the fuel injectors cleaned or replaced

  2. mafd104 says:

    Have your fuel pressure checked also. Fuel pump could be getting weak.

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