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GOOD CARS dont need pluging in in winter or summer ALL you need is to drain the cooling system and refilling it with COOLANT 50/50{antifreez}as when your parked somewhere for a day or 2 and you carnt plug it in then you will need 50/50 antifreez only and drain it out in summer and add coolant only.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011

  • Richard Scordino Jan 02, 2011

    You cannot plug your car in unless it has a block heater installed.
    If it has one, find the lead (looks like part of an extension cord usually secured below the bumper or behind the grille) and plug it into a good quality extension cord that you have plugged into your garage or house outlet. If you don't have a block heater and you live where temps run sub-zero for long stretches in winter, most shops generally are equipped to install a heater for you.
    It's also helpful to run a quality synthetic oil in the engine as the cold pour point of synthetics is much lower than even a 5w conventional oil. Of course you should maintain a 50/50 antifreeze balance or even slightly higher (60/40) in extreme temps and that should be re-adjusted back to 50/50 when the weather gets warmer.
    If you live where it sometimes gets cold, just run 50/50 coolant and synthertic oil and you will be fine. Good idea to put your battery on a 2 amp charge once a month to keep it at it's best anywhere it gets cold.



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