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93 Grand Cherokee 4.0 trouble starting in cold weather

My 93 4.0 Has a real hard time starting in cold weather. Is there a cold start sensor I can check?

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Welcome to the forum. Your question has to many variables. Cold weather out here in Cen Cal this time of year is mid 40s. Is the problem when the vehicle is cold as in ovrernight but starts ok when it is warm? Does it crank OK but seem like it's not getting fuel? If you hold the throttle slightly open, does it start OK?

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