Forum Title: Start my car on a minus 14°f day if I don't have to?
This is the Chicago weather for the next several days. My car is a 2014 Chevy Monte Carlo (that is outside all the time) with a 2-yr-old battery that has been starting great the last few days in zero degree weather. (I also threw in a can of ISO Heet into the gas tank a couple of days ago.) I want to make sure the car keeps starting, but I'm concerned about Wednesday (1/30/19) when the high temperature for the day is minus 14. I don't have to drive the car that day. Would it be better if I just let the car sit all day Wednesday and started it again on Thursday? Or I could even let it sit all day Wednesday and all day Thursday and start it on Friday? And (I'm retired) when I start the car I usually warm it up for 10 minutes and then drive it around for another 10 minutes. Is that enough time driving it to charge the battery? Thanks
Category: fencing Post By: CHRISTINE CAMPBELL (Bellevue, NE), 01/15/2019

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