This morning it was 35 degrees. I went to start the car, and it started and died. Tried again, started, ran rough for 3 secs, then died. Third time, fired right up. It has never done this before, but I've only owned it since August. So this is the first cold morning that the car and I have seen together.
So what could be causing this? Is this somewhat normal? Or is there something going wrong?
And I did a search, only found one thread and no questions were answered there so I started this one
2001 Trans Am M6Perf: Volant Intake, Dynomax Exh, skip shift, drill/slot rotors, Hawk HPS pads, Koni 4/4's, hose mod/lower perch, Strano sway bars, adj panhard, LCA's, relocation bracketsInt.: 6LE overlays, 2-tone leather accessories, billet Phoenix engraved ****, Lou's short stick, brushed stainless door sills Sound: JVC touchscreen HU, Alpine comp's in front, 2 10"Polk Audio subs in stealth boxes Ext.:18" Vette Spyder rims, HID's, clear markers, stainless grill inserts, silver met. body decals