I have a 1998 dodge durango and it won’t start when it is around 30 degrees or lower without trying to crank it about 20 times.And one morning when I knew it was not going to start,I popped the hood and pulled a plug wire off and plugged a spark plug in and it had no spark.And then after about 10 times of my wife trying to start the car all of a sudden the car started to have spark.So I put the plug wire back on and it started.So when it is really cold out, it does not have spark until you turn the key on and off about 10 to 20 times
No. You may have a faulty (wiring connection) in the ignition system.
It would seem the something electrical has to dry out before the spark starts. Coil packs?