Why Wont My Car Start in the Winter?

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A car may not start during winter because the oil inside the engine has turned into molasses and the battery can not produce a lot of current due to the cold. Excess heat is produced at the starter motor and when it stars it cools off leaving a poor connection which in turn prevents the battery from getting full charge. A discharged battery can freeze hence the car wont start.
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1. Have a block heater installed on your car if you do not have the luxury of a heated garage-starting a car in a controlled environment offers you the best chance of successful ignition
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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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