Ya I know when I was skimming over the owners manual for my truck when I first got it, it says to let it run for a little bit after driving
Originally Posted by Toms Blue Ram 1500
One of the most important things with a turbo vehicle is when coming off the road from a sustained speed "just don't shut it down" . You need to let it idle for several minutes . It helps to slow down the turbo and give it a cool down period . For those who just like to get out of their car , theres turbo timers that you can install . It lets the vehicle continue to idle for a pre-determined amount of time after you have exited the vehicle . I kept that in mind when I owned a turbo car and got 200,000 miles out of the original turbo before I scrapped the car .