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Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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I also doubt there is any additive in our diesel. Our typical winter temps are high 20s for a low and 40 to 50s in the afternoon. Like I stated above, I never had any trouble before but that is the first time I drove it below 20 degrees. I had just filled up both tanks the night before and added the recommended amount of Power Service additive. Guess I need to double the amount of additive during this cold snap.
It got up to about 22 degrees around lunch time so I went out and added some fresh fuel w/additive to the bowl and a new filter and cranked it several times. After much protest, it finally fired up about the time a small trail of smoke was coming off my GPR. Think I murdered the GPR? Guess I'll find out tomorrow. It cleared out after a few seconds and ran good until I got it home.
1995 F350 CCLB 4X4
TW tunes, GS gauges & Aeroforce Interceptor, 3" RSK w/SD springs
DIY 6637, 3" DP to straight exhaust, HPX Crossover,
16x10 AR rims, 315/75R-16 Goodyear Duratrac