[DML] Re: why does cold engine rev?
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[DML] Re: why does cold engine rev?

The heated air inlet system is inactive above 59 degrees. Since most
of us drive the car in warm weather it doesn't matter that you don't
use it. Refer to D:07:10. It IS to help the motor warm up faster. You
should have the air come in from the pontoon, it is cooler than from
inside the engine bay.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

> On the other hand, most of the DeLoreans I've seen have the hot-air
> pipe removed from the breather assembly. I was told that the reason
> that was there was to help the engine warm up more quickly, but that
> it really is unneccessary in daily use.

> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613

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