Been struggling with a truck a buddy and I are working on but this is what we got so far.
We're currently restoring a 99 f350 we both bought and the previous owner left the truck sitting for a few years to the point where it wouldn't start. Once we got ahold of it we started troubleshooting and...
All. I performed a very unscientific test of plugging in the engine block heater and not plugging it in for two nights in a row. The overnight temps were in the low twenties and almost identical. Just wanted to throw some fuel and perspective on the debate. :|
I recently moved up north into an apartment, and, of course, its going to get cold. Just wondering if anyone had any ideas on ways to keep the truck warm on cold nights. The place has no garage and no exterior plugs that i can use. All ideas welcome, thanks.
If it matters, its a 96' f350.