When I try to start vehicle in the morning car has trouble starting. Once it is started and warm up it runs perfectly. It is when it sits and gets cold when there is a problem other than that the car runs real good.
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Transmission fluid is on te base of the engine all settle up. Once the oil runs all over the transmission will work easily. I would make check and refill the oil on the transmission.
Until then, start ur engine and let it warm and pump for a minute until all the oil is washing all over and then go.
the first problem is your idle air control vavle it is located on the thottle body . the idle air control vavles job is to have the engine run a little high to warm the engine ,and then shut off once engine warm. . the other is a your blend door is stuck open or close. you may have something stuck in it. the bend door motor is located in the heater box in the dash
Many possible causes....Too little info to make an intelligent suggestion. Try charging the problem vehicle's battery with jumper cables for 2 minutes with the supply vehicle running at fast idle (or about 1500-2000 RPM, if it is tachometer equipped) before you try to crank the problem vehicle on a cold morning. If it starts right up, you likely have a weak battery that needs replacing.
By the sound of your problem your vehicle has an electronic automatic gear box but correct me if I am wrong..Now this can be caused due to a faulty electronic part but I cannot guarantee this.It may need a diagnostic tool hook up to the car to read the error code.(if it's giving a check engine light )
I'm A mechanic. And I was involved in a problem like this. With the same kind of vehicle.
And Finally a Found the problem. On my Case was the Coolant temperature sensor.
Maybe on your case is diferent but You don't loss nothing Trying .
In the morning Try to start the Vehicle if no run.
Go at front under hood, and disconnect the ECT Engine coolant sensor.
Is located at the front of the Engine Beside of the Thermostat housing.
After you disconnect go try to start if run ok. Replace the sensor with a new one.
The light is flashing because there are trouble codes stored in the vehicle's computer.Have the vehicle scanned for diagnostic trouble codes,diagnose and repair the trouble codes,and that should lead to a resolution.It is always possible in the end,that the trans has an internal problem,but an evaluation must begin,and that starts with any trouble codes in the vehicle.Good luck.