Having problems with your 2005 Ford F-150 ?

1990 dodge colt,does not want to start in the cold

\015 The car will start fine if tempeture is above -6,-8or colder very hard to start,if it starts at all,works fine in warm weather,1990 dodge colt,1.5 liter,200e hatch back\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-04-2018

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If it starts with a shot of WD-40 then fuel delivery is obviously a problem when cold. If intake air temperature sensor ( for one) is telling it that its still real warm out, then it won't give it enough fuel to start on a cold day, which requires more fuel.
Did u disconnect the battery for 10 minutes after replacing the sensor? if not do so and check again for engine hesitation, let me know if u need further assistance..
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