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1995 ford taurus will not start in cold weather

The car turns over but will not catch.It only happens when the temp. is very cold,usually below -10 degrees celcius.

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Have a mechanic check your fuel pump

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Have you got heavy oil in the car ? should run 5w20 in winter spinns engine easier.

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