Question about 2001 Subaru Forester
I'm told it's best to have a Timer Fitted so as to slowly cool-off the engine a minute or two after you've stopped the Vehicle? This i hear is to save the Intercooler engine - I.e,after you've been driving for a distance you are not supposed to just switch off the engine once you've reached your destination. Hope i'm not talking a load of ****, LoL!! Please help.
This is for turbo equipped cars to allow the turbo to cool to a safe temperature before stopping it. A usual amount of time is approx 10 seconds of engine running at idle after driving the car hard.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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