Not sure about waxstats, will need to check. Why your car starts more slowly in the cold.
Sounds more like a fuel pressure drop.
Car struggles to start then runs fine. Slow to start if your car struggles to start but runs fine, this is a sign of a battery issue that can enhance the car’s performance issues. This is what i have done: Measure the health of your battery to make sure it isn't failing.
If your car struggles to start but runs fine, this is a sign of a battery issue that can enhance the car’s performance. Car struggles to start but runs fine. Not every time but sometimes we hear a clanging in the engine.
Car struggling to start but runs fine. Turn the ignition on and see how much fuel the pump is pumping, you shouldn't need much on a carb engine so it will be obvious if there is a problem. Sometimes you need to feather the throttle to.
After a few seconds it sputters out and dies. On a cold start it cranks longer than it should need to and then sputters to life. The pump should only have power at start and when the engine is running.
You may also have a slow to start car due to a worn starter, a common issue that will give you trouble, namely that your car won’t turn over. Car struggles to start when engine is cold: Once started it runs fine.
If the coolant level is low, the coolant temperature sensor can send false information to the computer, causing a hard start or cold start poor running condition. Right after starting, it seems like it isn't getting fuel or air or something. Two possibilities are that your fuel system might not be holding pressure or your cold start valve is not working.
Slow to start if your car struggles to start but runs fine, this is a sign of a battery issue. If the corroded or loose battery terminals prevent the car from starting, creating a slow cranking, and causing the “car struggles to start, but runs fine” condition. When it's cold out, your car will start slower than it normally would.
Car starts and goes immediately into a rough idle and dies when starting cold. But once it start it runs smooth and strong. Even in the newest cars, this guess can be a little skewed and your car may fail to start right away.
Failing to do so can make it hard for your car to do what it needs to run, hence the slow start. We have tried giving it gas to keep it alive but the rpm needle just around like crazy even if we're just holding the gas pedal in one place. After at least fifteen minutes to half an a hour wait the car will start.
This is a warning sign that if these filters remain dirty or clogged, things will begin to get worse or break down. This was the crank position sensor. Then it immediately starts sputtering and shaking.
These damaged engine parts can cause the “car struggles to start, but runs fine” situation in your vehicle. It has to turn over eight or nine times before it starts. Swollen battery case if you live in very cold or very warm conditions that can harm your battery or internal engine components, this can cause the battery case to swell while sitting idle.