On cold starts when the engine is completely cooled down, the car starts up but wants to stall immediately but will always catch itself and idle like its supposed to in warm weather. Got into my car after work on a 39 degree day and it stalled out multiple times until it finally started up on the third time with me pressing on the throttle. This only happens on cold starts. On warm starts the car fires up like its supposed to and i have no issues. Its a 2003 Mustang
GT with longtubes, offroad H pipe, a cai, and a tune from Bama. It has 144,000 miles. I have replaced the tps, maf sensor, and iac all within the last 6 months but the issue continues to plague me. I was wondering what were your guy's comments and thoughts.