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    If your vehicle is going to be sitting in cold temperatures for a while and not being run, at what length of time should you consider putting a fuel stabilizer in before leaving your vehicle? Weeks? Months? Longer? Thanks.

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    90ish days. This link has all the info:
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2010BlueWRX265 View Post
    If your vehicle is going to be sitting in cold temperatures for a while and not being run, at what length of time should you consider putting a fuel stabilizer in before leaving your vehicle? Weeks? Months? Longer? Thanks.
    Also if you are considering parking your vehicle for quite some time..add fuel stailizer but make sure the tank is either entirely empty or entirely full..fore condensation can build up in the tank and sometimes it can dilute the fuel with water...

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    I try to keep a full tank during winter.
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