In these cold winter days, one of the most important measures in maintaining the car is how to properly warm the engine. Parts and metals used in the engine to achieve the proper operating temperature require a series of pre-movement measures to be able to have their best performance. On cold days and when your car is off for more than six hours, the engine oil also hardens in these conditions and does not do the lubrication process well. As a result, there is a lot of friction between the parts. The car computer also provides 5 to 10 times more fuel for combustion in cold weather by measuring different parameters than normal for combustion so that the propulsion reaches the required operating temperature. In older cars, where the amount of air intake was adjusted with the carburetor, drivers usually prevented too much air from entering the engine by pulling the throttle lever, which resulted in the car turning on more easily. But in general, the best way to warm up the engine is to keep the car in place for about 2 to 3 minutes after starting and turning on the car, so that when the engine warms up, the engine oil lubricates the parts. Do it right, then drive slowly and at low engine speed for 3 to 4 minutes until the propulsion reaches its ideal temperature.