car doesnt start in cold weather

Asked by Nov 27, 2012 at 10:26 PM about the 2005 Saturn ION 2 Coupe

Question type: General

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Does it take time to start it? Like two or three tries before it starts or does it just not start at all? If it starts eventually and then idles rough for a few seconds, it is most likely the idle air controller. they fail like this all the time!

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