91 caravan wont start cold in the mornings when temps below 30 after stiiting over night ,but will be fine the rest of the day evening after the first time starting in the morning . Altho if its warmer above 40 it will start fine in the mornings after sitting over night . im at wits end no clue as to why it wont start when its cold after sitting over night
its a 1991 dodge carvan with a 3.0 ltr v 6 fuel injected
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Is the starter motor good? Take it off and have it checked. It is always possible you got 2 lemon batteries (though not usually likely). Was the car running fine before? There are 2 rating for the battery: Volts and CCA (cold cranking amps) make sure you have the correct battery for the engine.
if it was to cold the battery may have been damaged. inside your battery are plates of material that with alkaline. well nevermind. your battery got to cold breaking the plates inside. solution: new battery
You could have a bad cold start valve, go to an auto parts store and buy the cold start valve and replace it. you will see it on the intake manifold also pull off the air cleaner or hose and get a can of berry mans carb cleaner and clean the throttle plate inside and out then lube the throttle cables with Wd 40 then try it, if it starts your set, if not try pushing the throttle all the way to the floor and crank for 15 seconds then wait one minute then slightly press the gas pedal and try starting again this is how you clear flooded engine. If it starts you know that the throttle plate or cable froze shut and would not allow air into the enginecausing it to flood. also check that the O-ring is not missing on the distributor cap which would allow condensation to form inside the cap shorting out the plugs and allowing it not to run. if it does it again pull the cap and look inside the cap if you see moisture then you need to replace the cap and rotor and O-ring.