02 merc mountaineer wont start in cold weather

Asked by Feb 01, 2018 at 08:55 PM about the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

In very cold weather i have to heat my
engine with heaters to get it to
start.replaced feul pump filter
&relay.&this still occurs.when i turn it
off go in store it starts right back up but
if it sits in cold for 3 or more hrs i have
to bring heaters back out to start it
.please help me dealer wants to charge
me for 5 hr of test at $150a hr please
help

1 Answer

152,555

Stay away from the dealer on this one, use and independent shop, find one that can do live data testing and take it too them and leave it overnight so they can hookup when it's totally cold, they may not even need to start it too find the problem.

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