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98 f150 will not start in 70 to 90 degree weather,starts fine in cooler weather.

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SOURCE: 93 subaru legacy starting problems

Probably a short or loose connection between battery and starter motor, or on either end of cables. Id look there before swapping out starter.On cold days you might put a heater under car for a few hours before using it,do this carefully as to avoid a car fire, or look into a block heater for your engine.

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SOURCE: 1998 chevy S 10 won't

a coolant temp sensor will cause this problem if it is reading warmer than it is outside this will give lean condition .the sensor is located by the t-stat follow upper radiator hose down to housing.the sensor has two wires. thanks for your question.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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SOURCE: first few minutes now that weather is cooler engine boggs and buc

Check that the oxygen sensor wasn't knocked off or not replaced.Its located within the first 2 foot of the exhaust from the engine.Hope this helps

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SOURCE: 1990 oldsmobile 88 no crank, no start. lights

Have the battery tested at the local auto parts dealer. you may have a dead cell. the radio and lights will work fine because they do not require that much voltage. The colder it is the harder it is on the battery and the more juice the process will require. At the same time the battery will have less to offer the colder it gets. If one of the cells is dead you are not going to have enough power to turn that frozen engine over.

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SOURCE: 83 Rx7 stalls when cold unless I keep applying pedal pressure

these cars are carburated motors and need around 10 minutes to warm up because they operate at higher temperatures.

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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Cool mornings it doesn't want to start ,i have to turn the key to start and let it off several times and it will eventually start after that it starts fine all day and starts fine on warm days


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Where is I/P ground on unidentified vehicle? It is a 2003 F150 4.6 standard supercab.


there in is a problem , unidentified gives us exactly nowhere to look

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Check eng light came on eng stalled it was 98 degrees outside


You'll have to figure out if it is a fuel or ignition problem.
Is the check engine light on before the engine dies ?
It can run in 125 degree temp so there is a problem that may have been made worse by the 98 degree weather.
My first guess would be the idle control motor or valve if it has one.

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98 Honda Accord will not start in wet weather. In dry weather it starts fine.


Needs a good tune up, specially new spark plug wires, they might have high resistance.

Sep 09, 2011 | 1998 Honda Accord

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First few minutes now that weather is cooler engine boggs and buc


did you go with a free flow or cat back system. The wrngler needs back pressure to run properly

Sep 12, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Wrangler

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My 1991 F-150 stalled out on me after driving 200 miles in 90 degree weather I flashed out the codes which told me it had a lean burn, primary fuel circuit failure, secondary fuel circuit faiure, and ecm...


Ethanol fuel in hot weather will vapour lock easier than the old non-ethanol fuels.
Maybe that was all it was.
I get the calls ........usually from shopping centers on very hot days on cranking but no start cars.....and it is 80% just a vapourized fuel problem. TOO HOT FOR THE FUEL UNDER THE HOOD.
The cars start the next morning....or late in the evening.

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83 Rx7 stalls when cold unless I keep applying pedal pressure


these cars are carburated motors and need around 10 minutes to warm up because they operate at higher temperatures.

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Hard starting after sitting awhile


My 98 Jimmy runs on synthetic oil and starts well after sitting in cold weather. If the weather is the problem, try checking that. If it is warm... sorry no ideas.

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