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Cold start sensor is defective and not enriching the mixture for cold weather start. Its usually in the inlet manifold/water jacket and works the ECU until the air/water temp has reached a pre determined point.
I think your mistaken. Your battery will lose cranking power as the temp drops. Warm battery may work just fine, untill it gets below freezing temps then the cranking amps are so low its sluggish. Buy a high cranking amp battery and you will be good as gold mate!
MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING THE CORRECT OIL WEIGHT. SOME WEIGHT CHANGES IN COLDER WEATHER IT WILL BE IN YOUR OWNERS MANUAL.2ND BATERYS TEND TO HAVE A 3 YEAR LIFE DO A LOAD TEST ON BATTERY AND I THINK YOU WILL FIND YOUR PROBLEM
Have the battery tested at the local auto parts dealer. you may have a dead cell. the radio and lights will work fine because they do not require that much voltage. The colder it is the harder it is on the battery and the more juice the process will require. At the same time the battery will have less to offer the colder it gets. If one of the cells is dead you are not going to have enough power to turn that frozen engine over.