Our old car had an aftermarket remote start in it. In the cold weather, it wouldn't start the car. If memory serves me correctly, we had to take it back to the place that installed it to adjust the timing on it so that it would extend the time needed to turn the ignition to get the car started. The car was cold blooded and it took longer to get the car to start when it was cold out. Once they increased the length of time it turned the starting sequence, it worked fine in the cold weather.
It's hard for a gay man to feel bad about himself when his urologist asks him out on a date!