Help me out fellas!!(and ladies) My wifes 99 plymouth breeze doesnt want to start in the cold weather when it drops below zero, it did this last year and we replaced a lot of stuff over the summer and thought it would have cured it. So this morning it was below zero, about -30 with the wind, her car sits in the garage, and it started just fine with only a 1/4 tank of gas full, so she left for work filled it up and drove the 25 miles to work no problems, it sits where the wind cant get into it but it stayed pretty cold all day and after work it would not start. It turns but it wont catch so we tryed jumping it no luck, went and got some starter fluid and no luck it NEVER has this problem unless its really cold can anyone help. My local mechanic that I regularly use said that it could flood in the cold temps as the regulator could not function right possibly and flood it????? I need help fast, can anyone give me some insight???