Hey guys, now that its mid september we are getting cold nights and mornings here in jersey. i have noticed when i go to start me car in the morning it has alot of trouble. one morning it wouldnt even start the first time i went to crank it! now its only been around 45 degrees out in the mornings so far and thats nothing compared to how cold its gonna be the later months.. thats why its worrying me. ive been running 93 octane gas recently (like two weeks) to see the performance difference, so far none except the starting trouble. im going back to 87 because the chip is stock and ive heard 93 could hurt the engine. but my point out of all that is i have a full tank of 93 three right now and i can promise you my focus will have troube starting tom morning. does anyone know why? and why it only has troube when its cold (like below 50 degrees)? could it be the 93 or something else? i think ive seen a thread on this before but i cant find it. Please if anyone has the slightest of hints or advice dont hesitate. soon itll be 30 degrees out and even lower and God only know what will happen then thanks guys.