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  1. #1
    Senior Member Two Rings
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    Cold weather=misfire

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    Hi to all,

    I would like to ask why is the cold weather a reason why my car has a misfire problem and that is only during the cold mornings.
    What is the cold weather a reason for it and what could it be connected to?

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    Veteran Member Four Rings adub's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    Probably, I had that problem when I took my car to Utah during the winter.
    -Andrew

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    Veteran Member Three Rings MisterQuattro's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    cold weather ruins everything I hate it :(

    but I love our cars in the snow :)
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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    having the same problem here..

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Rotond0000's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    same
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    Veteran Member Three Rings A4B7Quattro's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    Well starting cars in the winter is harder for any car not just ours, but ours take longer then most cars even when its warm out so its double hard i guess lol

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    why is that??

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    and will dealers do anything about it under warranty if we keep bitchin about it?

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    Senior Member Three Rings killerb7's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    i dont think dealers can change the weather

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    Veteran Member Three Rings audidrver's Avatar
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    does the problem continue after its warmed up?
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  11. #11
    Senior Member Two Rings
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    Re: Cold weather=misfire

    I have a tread started about my last problem with the car.
    After cold mornings, I have this car shaking which started maybe 2-3 weeks ago but I need to admit now it is getting better even if I have not found what is the problem.
    When it is cold weather, my CEL is flashing in the beginning and after that it stay on the board and I can feel this shaking whole the time, even if the car is warmed up.
    Vag Com was getting the codes for cylinder 2 and after I have changed the spark plugs and coil 2 and deleted the codes, they came back again saying it is the cylinder 2.
    I have changed PCV valve and also DV few months ago so I dont believe they could be wrong but I am sure there is some other leak because I can hear it from the engine when I put the car under WOT.
    I did not check for leaks with the leak gauge because I dont have it but I will need to do so...

    more about my problem is here:

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=320558

    Thanks



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