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Join Date: Dec 2009
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well you might want to have your buddy check the coolant protection level to make sure its at the correct protection for your area but as far as the fuel goes even if it did gel up in the tank its not like your going to go right out & start the truck. when you get home depending om the weather just check things over & maybe if its cold out plug in your block heater for 5-6 hours to warm up the coolant before you start it.
also you might want to have your buddy disconnect your batteries or get a good battery tender for them.
i sure others that have experience in those weather conditions will chime in.
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