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Hello
I have a 2006 ford five hundred,
Since the temperature has fallen in northern Alberta, canada, ive been having trouble starting the car,
this is a list of what has been done
charge the battery
the gas is full
and of course it has been plug in for four hours. Is there anything else i can do before taking it to a mechanic
Thank you for your response!!!
 

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When was the last time the spark plugs were changed?
When was the last time the fuel filter was changed?
When operating the starter does the engine cranking speed seem to be slower?

No start when extremely cold usually goes back to the 3 needed basic things.
Lack of sufficient fuel. Is there moisture in the fuel filter or lines that has frozen?
Lack of sufficient spark. Are the spark plugs and rest of ignition system working correctly?
Lack of compression. Or is the engine cranking speed fast enough to generate the compression?

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