Re: [DML] Engine cover screens - necessary or not?
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Re: [DML] Engine cover screens - necessary or not?

On Feb 21, 2013, at 6:08 AM, jtrealtywebspannet <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Once the motor stops the heat builds up quickly.

I'm a little skeptical about that one, Dave. Sounds thermodynamically impossible.  If the motor isn't running, where is this heat coming from? None is being generated, so the temperature can only go down.  It is possible that the *compartment* could get hotter when the car isn't *moving*, but I don't see any mechanism by which the engine running or not would matter in a D.   Now, an engine with a mechanical fan might be another matter...

Am I missing something?

--Pete Lucas
VIN #06703

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