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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-03-2010, 11:41 PM Thread Starter
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Why Do Cobalts Heat Up So Quickly in Winter?

Every other car I have owned previously would freeze me out in winter, but even when it's minus 50 Celsius my Cobalt heats up extremely quickly and the heat keeps blowing.
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-03-2010, 11:52 PM
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Because Cobalts are the shit! Just sayin... lol


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Dont you try to heat up quickly when it's cold out????? Just Sayin haha


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Yes, I hope this is not a complaint thread, even though I have noticed this myself haha. Gotta love Cobalt.
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I am surprised as well as to how quickly the car warms up and starts warming me up. Deff not a complaint. I love it.

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Someone was just posting the other day about their cobalt not heating up enough in winter, but he mentioned it was extremely cold there.

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Even when we had the single digits this past winter mine heated up quick.
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what a thread man, what a thread



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shit dude my car had frost on the windows and shit i started her up had the defrost on high and with in 1 minute it was all gone...and i turned the car off cuz my heat was 2 hot..my old car i had it blasting but this car..after 5 mins of heat i have to shut it off lol

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