CAR CRANKS OVER STRONG BUT WON'T START IN COLD WEATHER

1999 Lincoln Continental

Tiny

floridaboston

October, 14, 2013 AT 6:31 AM

My Lincoln starts and runs great in warm weather. As soon as the overnight temperatures go under 50', it cranks real strong but won't start. An hour later when the temperature rises above 50-55' it starts just fine.

I have a strong battery and new fuel. I have this problem from late October to March. Any suggestions? It's my second car so I just let it sit until the weather warms up but it's annoying.

Thank you in advance

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1 Answer

Tiny

hmac300

October, 14, 2013 AT 6:41 AM

Check fuel pressure and replace fuel filter it may have water in it and giving you problems also scan for codes.

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