01-16-2008, 01:37 PM #1
4-Tec Waterbox Freezing Potential
Ok, guys - winterization question. I am going to pickup my new (to me) 4-Tec this weekend. I am in a cold climate, the GTX is in a warmer climate. We are going to meet in-between the two locations. The engine is still inventoried with anti-freeze; however, I am sure the two exhaust waterboxes have water in them. The high that day is forecast to be 26 F.
Do I need to worry about the waterboxes? Any tricks that I should do during the transport?
01-16-2008, 06:13 PM #2
Take the exhaust hose off of the water box and pour some anti freeze into it. Preferably environmentally friendly anti freeze.
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