More than likely you have a small crack in your crank sensor. this will cause a car to sometimes start and then the next time it wont. the sensors arent that expencive and this will eliminate one possibility.
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yes you can do it all if your inclined. yes its possible you got good avise. When you drop the tank be sure you do it when the fuel is as empty as possible or its awkward and heavy. Also disconnect the battery when you do the starter so as not to short out anything
The first things to check should be the operation of the choke or cold start.It could be not working properly or out of adjustment.When cold and the key is turned on,you should see the linkages work on the intake of the motor.2nd.Check all fuel filters and lines are all good.3rd.Check the sparkplugs are all in good order.It sometimes only takes one to playup when its very cold and you wont get it going..Try these first and I hope it helps
Although I haven't heard of it happening so soon, it sounds to me like it's a bad starter. If the car is under warranty, I would recommend the dealer. If not, I would start with the starter, alternator, and then the spark plugs. It's just a little hard to tell without hearing what sounds it IS making.