My car won't start in cold weather. The battery is connected just fine because the lights and beeps all go off, it just won't turn over. If it's not too cold, we can shake the wheel really hard and it will crank. Most times we have to push it and pop the clutch to get it to start. I've been told lots of reasons, starter being one of them, maybe the CCA in the battery is bad, or a coolant temp sensor needs replacing, or a bad distributor. WHICH ONE! Because they are all expensive.
Never any issues when it's warm, only when it gets cold.
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 AT 5:33 PM