Question about 2005 Saturn ION
My car starts fine when it is warm out but since it's gotten colder my car will not start. I have bought numerous parts for it and it still won't start. If I go out with a hair dryer or a torch and heat it up under the hood it will start after about 10 or 15 mins of warming up the box under the hood. I have tried crank sensors and everything but nothing will help. Any suggestions??????? Car wont start when it goes below 30 degrees. Had battery changed and still having the problem. What do I so now?
The ignition switch is bad. I had mine replaced. Saturn found 2 error codes that came up. You can also use a hair dryer I was told and warm up the switch. I hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
P0442 code. I have relaced the gas cap, so what else could it be?
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
SOURCE: car won't start when it's cold
Okay, so it ISN'T the ignition coils or ignition control module on my car. Tried it and it didn't work though it DOES run much, much smoother. It looks like if it isn't the fuel pressure regulator (which I haven't replaced yet since a poster said it wasn't the prob.) then we're down to an electrical problem with maybe a bad fuse or something. Gonna go get some new box fuses this week and hopefully we'll see! :)
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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