Starting an engine with an injector in winter is not an easy task if you do not know how to do it. But once you have mastered the necessary skills, you will be able to start your car without any problems.
In severe frost with hypothermia, the engine with an injector starts with difficulty, or even does not start at all. There are several options for solving this problem.
First, you need to understand whether your battery is sufficiently charged and whether there is enough charge for normal cranking of the starter. You will understand this at the first start of the engine by the sound. Then, after making sure it's not the battery, it's worth looking at the fuel level. No matter how funny it may seem, some people think for a long time what happened, but in the end, it turns out, it's all about the lack of fuel. If the matter is still in the battery, then you need to look for alternative energy sources, for example, a neighbor's car. Remember that when connecting the wires, the pluses must be connected to each other, but the minus from the "donor" side - to the battery terminal, from the side of the "lighted" car - to its ground. This is done in order not to burn the "brains" on the "donor" car.
Eliminating the most elementary reasons, we move on to the next stage. We turn on the ignition, squeeze the gas pedal to the floor and start turning the engine. The secret lies in the fact that on cars with an injector, for the most part, when the engine is started with the gas pedal depressed, the so-called "spark plug purging" occurs. Accordingly, if you are lucky, the car starts up. If not, then most likely you flooded the candles.
Take the candle key and unscrew the candles. Do not forget which wire from which candle, this is important. We wipe the candles with a rag, and if there is "zero" sandpaper at hand, we clean the cathode and anode. It would also be nice to warm up the candles, just do not overdo it: overheating the candle can break like a match. Before putting the candles back in place, turn the engine a couple of times for 2-3 seconds, thereby you will clean the combustion chambers from any dirt, if any. Putting the candles in place, we try to start. If, after the procedures performed, you still did not start, then the problem is more serious and, as a rule, it cannot be solved on the spot. It may consist, for example, in a malfunction of the idle speed sensor and ending, in the improper operation of the car's electrical system. In any case, only specialists will tell you this.
If you want to start without problems in winter, then try to periodically check the battery charge, charging it if necessary, the oil level in the engine, and so on. Remember: any problem is preceded by a syndrome, and always. You just need to be more attentive to your car.