Jakarta's Air Temperature Reaches 37 Degrees, What Are the Bad Effects for Cars?

The air temperature in Jakarta and its surroundings in recent days touched 37 degrees Celsius. The Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Agency or BMKG predicts that the phenomenon will continue for at least the next week.

The warming temperatures in Jakarta make some people lazy to walk outside the room and choose to ride on roofed vehicles. One of them, a private car. However, before combing the road in blazing conditions, there are a number of things that need to be considered, especially the temperature in the vehicle engine.

Tunas Mechanics Daihatsu Matraman, East Jakarta, Puji Raharjo said, the blazing sun that directly highlights the vehicle can make the engine go hot. Usually, a car equipped with a temperature indicator on the headunit will display a red signal which means the temperature warning is too high.

However, he said, the indicator was only a warning. That is, when it turns red, the car can still run as usual. In contrast to modern cars that have been equipped with engine extinguishing technology that works automatically with the help of the engine control unit or ECU.

"So usually a car now if it gets too hot it will automatically turn off. Before overheating, the sensor (if the vehicle is too hot) sends a signal to the ECU and the device stops the engine's performance, "he said when contacted by 100KPJ, Thursday, October 23, 2019.

Praise also said, the recent heat in Jakarta and surrounding areas actually can still be said to be safe for vehicles. Provided, he said, the condition of the car is in prime condition.

"But also must remain vigilant. Because besides the engine, the blazing sun had a direct impact on the car's exterior. It can reduce the coating layer and also cause fungus, "he said

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