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01-08-2004 09:08 AM
troy-curt Unless it's an emergency, I let anything I start run until the choke kicks off, especially in cold weather.

Troy

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01-08-2004 06:59 AM
stoney 81ta on cold days like we are havin this week i let it run 2mins to get oil flowin then drive i find it warms up faster then
01-08-2004 04:25 AM
poncho62 Up here this week......you are lucky IF it starts...........................
01-08-2004 03:34 AM
Frisco On my carbureted Model A (350 engine) I warm it up until it gets to normal operating temp. On my newer fuel injected vehicles I let it warm up for about three minutes when the air temp is in the twenties or below.
01-08-2004 12:18 AM
ChevyTuff
Cold weather starts

The temps have now dropped and I was wondering if any of you warm your auto up. If yes how long? I ask because I have to much money into my truck to start all over again. LOL

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