Car has 230,000 miles on it. I have had the passlock issue in the past. This is not that as there is no security message on the dash. It only happens below 30 degrees Fahrenheit. All the lights come on, radio works fine. When moving the key to the start position it will not crank at all. No clicking noise. Since we have a third car, I leave it sit and go to work. When I come home at night after the weather has warmed it will start right up. My local mechanic shop said they thought the ignition switch was going bad. I bought one and put it in myself. Today was the first cold morning and it is doing the same thing. Of course on a cold morning when I have to get to work I can't take time to test for power at the starter, so I may need to take time off to do so. Will a starter do this?