At -26c The Cruze starts and runs fine here in Canuk Land.
Last edited by theonlypheonix; 01-12-2017 at 06:21 PM.
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Here in NC, where the temps are predominately warm, I don't know what the winter additives are, nor what the cloud point would be. But occasionally, we do get very cold overnights. I have noticed that things tend to favor warmer weather, such as school buses with no block heaters. (We've gotten no school days because it was too cold for the diesel buses to start.) If it is forecasted to have a cold snap, I just put in some amsoil diesel cold flow. Easy to keep some on hand as I order my oil from them anyways. Haven't had any issues yet. (I'm not really convinced I need to do this, but I'd rather be safe (and start the car) than sorry.)
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2015 CTD, all options including block heater. Built 12/14. Dual Stir-O Beltronics, the best of the best in RDs, not even a V1C can hang with the O. ALP quint.