Well i ask a mechanic at one of my stops and he told me to replace the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel filter and to take the throttle bottle off and clean it. this is the problem on my truck. its been crankin ever since. i done all of that. if it work let me know. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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look at the ignition bypass resistor. It's on the firewall close to the brake master cylinder. It provides full battery voltage while cranking and then runs at reduced voltage the rest of the time. Your ignition switch controls it's operation, so look for a faulty ignition switch too.
You have valves inside the transmission and electronic controls inside the transmission. When cold, valves do not work because the fluid is too thick. Once warm the fluid thins out and allows tranny to shift OK. You can burn your tranny up by not letting it warm up.
dos your car crank, if it does check fuel pressure
if does have fuel pressure check spark most likely your coil or ignition module but if doesnt crank check to see if you get signal to your remote starter with a test light
The first things to check should be the operation of the choke or cold start.It could be not working properly or out of adjustment.When cold and the key is turned on,you should see the linkages work on the intake of the motor.2nd.Check all fuel filters and lines are all good.3rd.Check the sparkplugs are all in good order.It sometimes only takes one to playup when its very cold and you wont get it going..Try these first and I hope it helps
One thing you can try since it starts good in warm weather, is to ,on a cold morning, take a hair dryer and warm up the suspect part to warm weather condition. Then try and start the car. If it start ok you have probably found the weak part.
change distributor cap first and see how it goes could have a crack in it.Failing which you need to test the ignition module when its cold as sometimes a component will break down and not work when its cold ,this is very much a hands on type job so if dist cap doesnt cure it call a mobile mechanic
I would check the Air Charge Sensor. This sensor measures the temp of the air charge going into the fuel injection system, when you truck is cold it requires more fuel and less air, if this sensor has gone bad it would lean out your fuel mixture as if the vehicle was already warm.