Apparently You Shouldn’t Be Heating Up Your Car On Cold Winter Mornings. The Reason? I Had No Idea


What happens when you “heat up your car”, is that an excess amount of fuel mixes in, causing damage to the engine! Why does this happen? Because excess fuel prevents the appropriate amount of oil from reaching important parts of the engine. According to Stephan Ciatti, a former drag racer, the best way to heat up your car is to drive it! Who knew? I certainly didn’t, and I won’t be idling the car any more on cold mornings. No one needs to be spending unnecessary money on car damage!


Apparently You Shouldn’t Be Heating Up Your Car On Cold Winter Mornings. The Reason? I Had No Idea Apparently You Shouldn’t Be Heating Up Your Car On Cold Winter Mornings. The Reason? I Had No Idea Reviewed by DIY Decor on 3:41 PM Rating: 5

5 comments:

  1. How are you going to just get in a freezing car and start driving? You need to see out of all windows, and even the inside of the windows fog/freeze from your body heat. I call BS!

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    1. I live in Canada so I am no stranger to ice, snow, freezing temperature. There's this thing called an Ice Scrapper I use it before starting my car no need to warm it up before I go and I see out of all my windows.

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    2. Agreed, TroyBoy. @ Unknkown. So, you don't breathe while you're driving? I live in Canada too and when it's 20 below out one's breath frosts up the inside of the windshield.

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  2. I have been warming up my car for many many years and many different cars I have owned.....I have never had problems with my cars due to warming up...I rest my case....

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  3. I didn't know drag racers had to worry about melting the ice off their windshields before racing. Well, screw that! I've never worn a car out before selling it. I'm certainly not going to freeze my gonads off, so the next guy can own it a little longer.

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