VAN 6 CYLINDER CANNOT START IN THE COLD

1994 Dodge Ram

Tiny

webpotato

January, 17, 2007 AT 7:28 AM

I've replaced the coolant temperature sensor and it still won't start in the cold. If I tow it to a heated garage it will start in a few hours... Pleeeeease help!

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2 Answers

Tiny

rasmataz

January, 17, 2007 AT 3:58 PM

When it refuses to start look for spark and fuel

Tiny

cearl

January, 21, 2007 AT 7:44 PM

I've run into the same problem in sub zero temps with my 99 Jeep Cherokee. I've found that the engine is literally flooding. Soaked spark plugs. From what I can gather I need to check out the air temperature sensor. Appearantly it is located in the intake manifold on later model 4.0 liters but I gather it is in the air box on earlier models. I did not see which engine specificly you have but I hope this helps. The answer I got from the dealer was " it was flooded and it should'nt happen again" well it did so I'm on my own. Hope this helps. Good luck

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