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Old 11-15-2005, 02:29 PM
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Question Block off cold air intake in winter?

I was wondering what other opinions on blocking off cold air intakes during the winter months in wisconsin. Would it help my fuel milage if I do so? Or is it not worth doing so?. Faster warm up time?
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Do not block the cold air intakes. The sensors and controls will take care of your intake temperature.
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