How to Start a Car in Cold Weather?

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Car won't start in cold weather because at times the battery might have lost its power which is commonly caused by aging of it hence not able to tolerate very cold temperatures. To start a car in cold weather, pack it inside a garage, beneath a carport if possible. Ignite it and attempt to start it. Ensure its battery is new and full of power. Apply heat to its engine bay and allow it sit in the neutral position after starting.
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1. Park your car inside a garage or under a carport, if possible. Keeping your car under cover can lessen the effects of snow and extreme temperatures on your car. 2. Put the key
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I am not an expert, but maybe the oil is of the wrong weight- too thick to turn engine, or maybe the starter is not working as it should (not turning freely) maybe there is no juice
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1 In engines with a carburetor, gently push on the gas pedal while still parked. Depress the accelerator once and then release it. This will dispense a small amount of fuel into the
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There could be many reasons as to why your car won't start. Without having the car in front of me to look at, it would be hard for me to tell you the exact reason why. It may be something
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