International 1086 | Cold Start | TURBO

International 1086 | Cold Start | TURBO

What To Do To Run Diesel Vehicles In Cold Weather The process of operating a diesel vehicle in cold weather has a number of difficulties. Because the working principle of diesel vehicles works differently than gasoline vehicles. Therefore, before starting a diesel vehicle in cold weather, the following steps should be followed:

First, the ignition switch should be turned in stages and the warning lights should be expected to go out. This waiting time is essential, as fuel combustion in diesel vehicles is provided through heating spark plugs.
A spiral spring-like icon located inside the warning lights indicates the state of the heating spark plugs, and the dimming of this light indicates that the heating spark plugs are ready to be used.
After the spark plug light goes out, the car can be started by turning the ignition switch. Do not move immediately after starting the car the engine should be idled for 1 to 1.5 minutes to warm up the engine.
Although diesel cars develop some disadvantages against cold weather conditions, the problem can be easily solved by following these simple steps.



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