:7: Good one! That about captures it!Once you do that, you turn the key, and the car starts... but it sounds like it's gargling with souls of demons.
Glad to know mine is not the only one!I experience the same horible sound that Wilsodh described.
If those of you in SoCal aren't laughing as it is, I just checked our local weather - it is MINUS 51 C RIGHT NOW with windchill factor.:7: Good one! That about captures it!
Glad to know mine is not the only one!
Absolutely right about the windchill not affecting cars, except for how quickly they lose the heat they've built up. It's the "real" temperature that counts.I laughed when I found out that the "Winter Care Kit" that comes with my vehicle consists of rubber floor mats and a snowbrush. No block heater in the M5.
WinnipegM5, nice thing about windchill is that it doesn't affect cars.
h: -38C?? Ok, I'll stop complaining about the Chicago weather!Besides the interesting noises the car makes at these temperatures, (souls of demons, LOL) I noticed that the DSC light flashes a lot. I guess it's difficult to maintain traction when it's cold.