Cold Weather Starting
Last weekend when we had the big dump of snow, I had not driven the truck on Sunday. When I went to start in on Monday morning it would not start(rolled over fine). I figured it just needed to be plugged in since it sat for a couple days
and was half buried in the blowing snow. I plugged it in and a few hours later it started fine.
Yesterday, I went to start it and it would not start. Again, it had sat for 2 days without being driven. This I found odd since it was only 0 deg. outside and hadn't really been cold on Friday.
Sure enough, I plugged it in and it started a few hours later.
Now there have been mornings where it's been quite cold and it started fine(having ran the day before).
So it seems that if I leave it for a couple of days..It needs to be plugged in.
So I am wondering if anyone else has experienced this or if anyone could suggest why this might be happening. Now this is my first f-150 but with every other vehicle I've owned, I've only had to plug in when extremely cold.
Any thoughts on this matter would be appreciated.
1994 F-150 supercab 2x4 300-L6
1994 Bronco XLT 4x4 302-V8