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Hi... The general thought is if you preheat an engine, such as by heating the oil pan, water will evaporate from the oil and then the water vapor will condense on colder parts of the interior of the engine block and this will cause the corrosion. I suspect there are a number of articles regarding this claim that this happens other articles may point the other way. In either case... if you only heat the engine before you need it - then there should be very little issues at all. The real issue with moisture condensation is likely to occur with engines that are on timers to warm each day for some period and then turn back off to cool down .... and this cycle is continuing all winter long.
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