You were driving your car around, listening to some music and enjoying the summer breeze. You decide to park it in the garage for a few hours. When you go back out to start your car again, it won’t start! What happened? Your engine is hot because of all the time that has passed since you last drove it. This causes two major problems: 1) The combustion process needs more fuel when the engine is hot; 2) The air inside an overheated engine can cause detonation- this will blow valves or pistons through their cylinders if not fixed immediately. To avoid these issues with your own vehicle, make sure to let your car cool off before starting up again! To avoid these issues with your own vehicle make sure to let your car cool off before starting up again! Your engine is hot because of all the time that has passed since you last drove it. This causes two major problems: The combustion process needs more fuel when the engine is hot; and the air inside an overheated engine can cause detonation- this will blow valves or pistons through their cylinders if not fixed immediately.

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