I am having a hard time starting the car when the outside air temp. Is around 100 degrees (engine cold). I have to step on the gas a little (around 1300 RPM) to keep the engine running for around a minute. After that, it runs normal. I do not have a problem starting the car at night or winter time. Only at sizzling hot summer time. I read a few topics here that the Engine coolant temperature sensor might answer the problem. Where is it located and how do I check it if it is working fine?
Wednesday, August 15th, 2007 AT 1:18 AM