Yes it can cause some issues depending on how cold it actually is most times its killing your cars battery charge
Cold weather is a frequent cause of problems with running a car. The car is set up with many systems that require controls of air and gas mixtures, mechanical alignment of moving parts and the viscosity of lubricants. Cold weather can change these settings and the car stalls. In addition cold weather can cause the blocking of air intakes from frost deposition and the blocking of gasoline flow by the formation of ice in the gas lines.
There are a few reasons why a car might stall when cold. The car might just be stiff from the cold weather.
It means the engine stopped running.
A cold wind should have no effect on the car engine.
yes a bad converter will make car stall
Yes, this is possible.
Check your transmission fluid level and also if the gear chamber is not well greased then it will make them stick causing the vehicle to stall.
if you have a cracked distributor cap then water would get inside it and make your car stall.
becasue of weather condition such as: cold weather will make the power lines brittle, a car can crashin to a power pole and other stuff like that.
if you are in cold weather you do.
No, it will just make the car loud.
A bad water pump can cause your car to stall if the bearing has failed or it is causing overheating. A seized bearing will put excessive strain on the engine and stall it out.