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|3-Series (E36) Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1992-1999. Autodoodad Specific models include: BMW 316i, BMW 318i, BMW 318iS/ti, BMW 320, BMW 323, BMW 320, BMW 324, BMW 325, BMW 328.|
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| Originally posted by OutOnBail@Nov 30 2004, 09:22 AM |
Hi there, I'm doing research on ICE (internal combustion engine), especially the BMW's and am trying to help as i can. As the RPM of the car depends on the work done by the piston, technically the piston efficiency is encreased proportional to the temperature inside the combustion chamber. Technically it sounds like, increase temperature increases pressure in the combustion engine so the piston works more effective.
So my recommendation is...when the weather is cold, try to warm up ur car by turn on the Air conditioner (NOT HEATER)...this will help u solve the problem... The more hardcore ur airconditioner, the faster ur car get warmer and it will gives more efficiency. u can apply this technique to warm up ur car "faster" rather than waiting 2-3 minutes.
| Originally posted by einstine98@Dec 12 2004, 04:39 PM |
I have exactly the same problem! Took it for repair in a well known shop, but they just couldn't figure out what was wrong! they suggested the coolant Temp. Sensor... but I'm not sure!
My car is 320i 1994 model
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