Originally Posted by chris the man
grabbed this info from a smart ass dude on awdpirates.net
Your ECU has several tables in it whereby it will start adding fuel as the coolant temperature drops, to compensate. This becomes more important with E85, but there's also a fine line where adding TOO much fuel during cranking will saturate the cylinder and snuff out the spark.
That is exactly what I was talking about. I had to play with that last winter after I had to crank it about 25 times to start. Got fed up and started playing with that table and got it perfect.