Warming up the car

Asked by Mar 17, 2018 at 11:40 PM about the 2016 Hyundai Elantra

Question type: General

I have  a 2016 Elantra and want to warm it
up but how can I do this without having to
sit in tbe car as it will not let me lock it up
without me being in it

3 Answers

103,725

You really don't need to warm it up for more than a minute at least for the engine to work properly. A remote starter set up might be what you want.

2,280

That is what my cousin uses, a remote starter so he can do other things while the car is warming up.

285,865

It's actually not good for the engine and environment to let a car warm up and idle for long periods of time. Like FOR said, just start it and once you have oil pressure, drive away and take it easy till the car fully warms up.

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