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1994 Lincoln Continental cold start problems. Need a jump every cold AM. When weather above freezing, car started without needing a jump.

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Start by having your battery checked just because there is some power in the battery doesn't always mean it is good there could be a dead cell in it and when you need a large demand of power it can't supply it

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i am having the same exact problem with my 94' Continental. Runs great, then just dies. Doesnt start if i crank it over unless I wait a little while. I think its something in the ignition system, not for sure though.

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