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I've read about the HEMI being a hot-blooded motor but this winter I've noted it takes a lot more time to get any heat out of the heater in this car than it did my Toyota V6. Even the heated seats take a few minutes before I can feel them!
 

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Seems to heat up quicker for me, although not this morning when it was in the single digits.
 

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Takes about the same amount of time for me, but it doesn't sit outside and the garage doesn't get below 50-55 at night.

What sucks is how long it takes for the trans fluid to get up to temp so that shifting is easier and smoother.
 

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Seems to heat up quicker for me, although not this morning when it was in the single digits.
Haha wow just noticed your from mount laurel! I live in Sewell, like 20 minutes south on 295. And yea my car heats quick too and then it's lie an oven after that!
 

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Iron blocks always take long to heat up but I think the seats get hot pretty quick.

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After the last few weeks here in Fargo, I can tell you that nothing warms up--quickly or otherwise!!
 
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