So I've had this exact problem 3 times. The first 2 were when it was in the single digits. The 3rd time was when I hadn't driven it for a week and it was below 40 degrees. I've read the service bulletin. I am very close to the end of my warranty and it did it again the other morning. I scheduled an appointment and dropped it off with all the information needed to have the fix. I talked to the mechanic and left notes about the service bulletin. When they called back they told me they won't be swapping out the intake manifold. They told me that they have to physically witness the problem to take any action. I asked if I could video tape it. They said that isn't good enough. Thanks... So basically they ran out the timer on my warranty and if I want it fixed I have to pay full price. I find that VERY anti consumer. If you know for a fact that certain model years have this problem make it a recall. I get they want evidence but keeping it in a garage overnight won't provide the cold start let me tell you that. I had to drive 600 miles to get my oil changed and an alignment. Which cost me about $180. I guess I'll just do all my own maintenance from now on. 2012 ct 200h f sport. 52k miles.