Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Northwestern Ontario Canada
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Well, as I stated already, it's been going down to -30F a few nights. I have a jug sitting outside to see what happens to it. It starts getting slushy about 0F and froze solid after that. The jug only expanded a bit on the bottom.....so it doesn't expand enough to worry about the tank.
My truck has been running great, not warning lights.
I'm curious if the tank freezes solid...the system may never think it's empty....
I only drive about a mile to work...I doubt if there is any thawing going on with whatever kind of heater is suppose to be in the tank.
I have noticed (maybe my imagination), that the exhaust smell is alot stronger since the cold weather set in. It's still not the strong diesel smell of my old 6.0, different but stronger.
1967 Mercury Meteor Rideau 500
2003 Dodge Ram 2500 395,000kms (that has not seen the inside of a garage for motor work)
2005 Ford SuperDuty 6.0 125k Kms <<-- gone
2008 Ford F450 6.4 55k Kms Dynamic Wrecker
2011 Ford SuperDuty 6.7 101,000kms
2010 Ford Edge 70,000kms
2006 Ford F650 Rollback 500,000kms (with a 5.9 Cummins that has not seen the inside of a garage)
Last edited by fixdent; 12-18-2010 at 06:02 PM.