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

I think you meant D:07:01.

It says that there's a wax thermostat in the air valve housing which 
routes air from either the hot air stove or the pontoon. Should I remove 
the air valve housing and simply make that a continuous duct from the 
pontoon, or should I leave that as it is, open but facing the ground?

Farrar Hudkins

David Teitelbaum wrote:
> 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

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