All I'm really trying to say here is that I don't find a car not starting first time each and every time to be a "fault" worth mentioning. Same goes for the glove box occasionally needing to be slammed a little harder than usual, or the rear window always getting washer fluid on it before the blade starts to move. I live with it and enjoy the car.I actually spent my first 21 years in Chicago, so plenty of experience in sub-zero temps. Like I said, my car has this issue like many others & you're right, it is warm here most of the time. Yesterday it was 86 degrees & my car didn't start on the first attempt. Temps have nothing to do with it, there is a problem with many of our 500s that is causing it to fail to start. I'm guessing a TSB is probably not too far off once enough of us complain.