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Warm Starts For Cold Engines
In your last issue (Vol. 14, No. 1) there was an article entitled "Warm Starts For Cold Engines" about a new system for starting cold engines by connecting coolant lines on cold engines with the lines on warmed-up vehicles. We have used that method here for years and it does indeed work very well. You don't have to use a 12-volt pump to circulate the water, however. If you plumb it into your heater hose on the cold engine you can simply let the water pump on the warm engine do the circulating.. (Kenneth Syme, Box 92, Raymond, Mont. 59256)

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1990 - Volume #14, Issue #2