Long Haired Country BOY!!
Any of you guys who live in the north, do you cover your grills in the winter for increased interior heat?:wave:coal
I've never had an issue with my trans temps blocking off the grill.....there is still an opening to the cooler in the bumper and the heat exchanger under the manifold does more than the cooler up front anyway.For those with automatics you would also be blocking the trans cooler. Has anyone with a temp gauge seen what affect covering the grill has on trans temp?
Does blocking the grill help with the cab heater? My heater never gets hot. It will keep you from freezing to death but I rarely have to turn the heater down because its too warm. Is this the way the 2nd gens are?
When it is really cold out the diesel engines struggle to warm up, by blocking the radiator the trucks warm faster and the heat goes to the cabin heater instead of out into the atmosphere.ok once again im confused. when you block it off our trucks run better???? and the in cab heat get warmer faster??