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Cibola International Releases Do-It-Yourself Guide: “How to Install an Engine Oil Heater”

“How to Install an Engine Oil Heater” provides car and truck owners with information on the stresses of cold weather engine startups and how to easily install a engine pre-heater that will neither harm a car engine nor void its repair warranty.

 
 
A newly installed engine oil heater awaits the application of silicone sealant.
PRLog - Jan. 3, 2010 - As an answer to cold-weather startup woes, Cibola International has published a do-it-yourself guide for car and truck owners, including fleet truck operators.

“How to Install an Engine Oil Heater” provides detailed discussion on why cold weather is stressful to your vehicle’s engine, and how you can easily install a proven decades-old technology that will neither harm your engine nor void your repair warranty.

Even if you’re not mechanically inclined, simple step-by-step instructions will lead you through the installation, and pictures will bolster your confidence at key parts along the way. When finished, you will have done something to reduce cold weather wear and tear on your engine. You will also enjoy the comfort of warm air blowing into your passenger cabin within minutes (or even seconds!) after starting your engine.

If done correctly, this inexpensive one-time application can easily last throughout the life of your vehicle.

To access the guide online, go to:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/24562142/How-to-Install-an-Engi...

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Source:Cibola International (TM)
Location:United States
Industry:Automotive, Home, Transportation
Tags:automotive, car, truck, engine, auto, heater
Last Updated:Jan 04, 2010
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