Re: Starting Issues in the cold
I've had two experiences on two different tanks of gas. One was when it got down to -17 and the next morning wouldn't remote start or even start when I got in it. Had to hook up the block heater and wait 2 hours for it to thaw out. It then threw a bunch of check engine lights which turned out to be low fuel pressure (it gelled). A second tank and another dip down to -8 and it started right now.
I'd get some anti-gelling and throw it in there if it is going to get below -10. If not, don't worry about it. Also, went on a trip an asked the hotel desk if they had an outside plug. They did and it was in back. I could hook up without an issue. Not a big deal since it wasn't going to be cold out but they said they frequently get the request.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Diesel
ORAII, Block Heaters, Advanced Tech
2007 Yamaha V-Star 1300 Tourer - 37k miles