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A cold running engine is generally due to a bad or missing thermostat. It would be too cold or take too long to warm up because it doesn't fully close. There is nothing to be gained by running the engine too cold because the engine will run inefficiently. It could also potentially suffer from excessive wear because internal components such as pistons will not expand to their fully warm sizes.