Question about 2005 Dodge Sprinter 3500 Standard Roof
In extremly cold weather (below 27*F) the engine turns over but won't start and run. It may start once but will only run 2seconds and then dies. I think it has to do with the fuel. If I let the van sit for more than 48hrs the engine will only turn over once. The battery will need charged or jumped. Is there a block/oil heater (120vac) that I can install to help it start in cold weather?
WELL UR BATTERY HAS DEAD CELLS Y ITS DYING AND WHEN UR BELOW 0 A BLOCK OR OIL HEATER I A GOOD IDEA TO HAVE.A DIPSTICK OIL HEATER CAN BE BOUGHT AT AUTO STORE .
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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