I have a 1985 Dodge D250 2wd pickup. It won't start when the weather is cold, but will start right up when it reaches mid day around 50 degrees.
In the morning it will crank fast but never hits like it's going to start. I have tried starter fluid and priming it with gas and nothing seems to work. Around noon or so I go out, pump the peddle once and it fires right off.
The truck has also started running sluggish. It will 'buck' when you run down the road. It'll still get up to 50-60mph, though.
I thought it might be the coil but I'm not sure and don't have a lot of money to just start changing out parts on it.
Any help or suggestions would be great! Thanks!
have the same problem?
Monday, January 10th, 2011 AT 9:59 PM