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Car Wont Start When Car Engine Is Cold

When ignition is turned on, car is not starting when the engine is cold.

Troubleshooting car problems of car not starting when engine is cold
Two possible ways can cause your car engine not starting when the engine is cold, this happens when you have a weak car battery and the other is when you are using a heavy, single weight engine oil.

When the outside temperature is very cold it can cause your car battery to temporarily become weak which resulted the battery to not be able to crank your car engine fast enough to start it thus, car engine not starting occurs.

Also, during cold temperature if you are using a heavy, single weight car engine oil you will be having a problem of car engine not starting. This is because the heavy, single weight car engine oil tends to become very thick when the temperature is very cold, that resulted on a car engine having hard time cranking when you try starting it is because of the extreme friction cause by the thick engine oil.

Possible Cause Car Not Starting When Engine is Cold
Weak Battery or Used of heavy single car engine oil

How to Fix Car Engine Wont Start When it is Cold

When the problem is involving your car battery, just replace it with one that has the better “Cold Cranking Rating” so that it will work in a very cold temperatures, you can get it at any auto parts store just ask the sales clerk what’s best for your car.

However, if the problem is involving the type of engine oil you are using, change your car engine oil to a multi-weight oil, one of those is 10W-40, that is not thicken in colder temperatures and does not cause hard starting when your car engine is cold.

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