Am told to coat door gaskets with oil-based substance or silicone spray (which I don't much like).California Car Covers. Or such.
That's what I thought this morning when the ice had frozen the S4s door shut. And a nice cover is in the trunk.
Evora are great cars but new models and the nuances of where water goes in its various states are hardly worked out.
I was wondering if anyone could help me with something. My Evora is outside in the driveway while I redo the whole garage walls, plaster,paint, etc).
It snowed and the whole car is covered in snow, including all the vents and mesh.
This AM, I started it, and it ran OK for a few minutes. I turned it off, tried to restart it, and it sounded like the engine was choking - it sputtered and died. The CEL came on. It won't restart and it doesn't sound like it's the starter solenoid (ie. dead battery). I didn't get a chance to connect my OBD reader yet (had to run to work).
Any chance it's just snow blocking some engine air intakes? Should I stand outside with a blow dryer and melt everything? Just checking to see if anyone has any advice before I twist myself into a pretzel trying to get the OBD reader connected
Thanks in advance