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I have a 90' Dakota and it won't start when it's cold.

Parts that have been replaced
-Alternator
-Ignition coil
-Spark plugs and wires
-Hall affect pick up
-Distributor cap and rotor

When it's warm it starts up but not when its below 40 degrees or so. It's getting fuel and air, spark is weak even with the ignition coil being replaced but is there. I can't figure out why the spark is so weak or why the weather would have anything to do with it? Battery is strong and it cranks over perfectly fine, just won't ignite.
 

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check your connections. all the connections. cold weather will make a loose connection worse. if your spark is weak then i would start on the coil circuit.
 
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