Question about Dodge Sprinter
At idle it can take hours to fully warm up
If your concerned about driving it right away after starting, not a big issue.....start, let it warm a min or two then drive.
Diesels warm slower than gas engines, and they take longer to get warm enough to give you heat untill fully warmed up.
Normally you should see good temp and good heat after driving about 15 minutes after the first cold start of the day.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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