dear future jamie

The hard starting problems of diesel engines in below zero / freezing temperatures originate from two factors. One is the original cold air being drawn in to the turbocharger and compressed in to the engine?s cylinder head. The second is the fuel itself, can also be cold which sub zero / freezing temperature fuel is sprayed in to the cold engine?s combustion chamber, where it mixes using the cold air drawn thru turbocharger.