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Old 07-05-2010, 09:48 PM
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Hi guys,

I made a search around and couldn't find something really. I know most of you are from the States which rarely snow there but for those who live in areas where it snows, I was wondering if you drive you Prelude in winter. I bought my car around 2 months ago I have many months ahead to think about if I should drive it or not because it's my only car.
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long story short; i'm a snowboard instructor. yea, i use mine in the snow. boosted too
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Old 07-05-2010, 09:55 PM
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Lol nice pics. By the way, do you rustproof you car each year before?
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lmfao don't get me started on how much rust i have. its embarrassing
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Old 07-05-2010, 10:02 PM
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Are you serious? lol It doesn't look like you have rusts on the pic :O
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I can't say she loves the winter, but with snow tires and a good battery she has yet to fail me.
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I can't say she loves the winter, but with snow tires and a good battery she has yet to fail me.
Cool, just wondering which winter tires do you use?
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if you are just careful preludes handle snow pretty well! mine is lowered and i dont have very many issues with snow.
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Old 07-05-2010, 10:27 PM
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I was mostly worried about the rust but I'm going to rustproof surely.
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Cool, just wondering which winter tires do you use?
I got a killer deal on some yokohamas, basically only had half a winter on them. Hit up craigslist for some
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I was mostly worried about the rust but I'm going to rustproof surely.
just bring it to the carwash and get the undercarriage wash every so often. and youll be good. and to answer your original question, theyre really not that bad, as log as you know how to drive in the snow. i have half bald all seasons for snow tires, and i dont do half bad lol

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I got a killer deal on some yokohamas, basically only had half a winter on them. Hit up craigslist for some
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Old 07-05-2010, 11:20 PM
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Re: Prelude in winter

Hmm I heard that it only above 0 degree that the salt will start rusting on the car, is that true?
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Re: Prelude in winter

i drove my lude in the winter while it was running, didnt handle as good as either of my Jeeps but handled good enough to get me to work til a few good snow storms did it in.
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my prelude handles great in the snow.....mud is another story.
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Re: Prelude in winter

i dont usually drive mine in the snow. its not paid for and i would hate to ditch it. i have got caught a few times in the snow and im sure it was just the tires i have on (directional hankook's) it was all over the place.
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I've only drove my lude in the snow once.. Like a year or two ago when it actually snowed in Georgia.. The car handled the snow pretty good (since it never snows here we don't have enough equipment to clean or salt the roads so they get pretty bad) ppl think we are crazy down here because we close schools and work when it snows a few inches but that's because its hard to clean and it usually melts the same day and turns the roads to ice overnight...

Anyways yeah just was ur car once a week and make sure to get under the car and in the fenders

My car is from Canada and no rust
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I've only drove my lude in the snow once.. Like a year or two ago when it actually snowed in Georgia.. The car handled the snow pretty good (since it never snows here we don't have enough equipment to clean or salt the roads so they get pretty bad) ppl think we are crazy down here because we close schools and work when it snows a few inches but that's because its hard to clean and it usually melts the same day and turns the roads to ice overnight...

Anyways yeah just was ur car once a week and make sure to get under the car and in the fenders

My car is from Canada and no rust
Do you clean it yourself or bring it to the car wash?
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Re: Prelude in winter

I drove mine in the snow and used the car wash occasionally. BTW it does snow in many parts of the States lol.

It runs and handles in the snow just fine but the cold weather is definitely hard on the car. More stuff went wrong and it seemed a bit reluctant in winter even when warm; compared to when it got warm my CEL reliably stayed off and it just ran much better. My problems were minor though, mainly misfires, and it's arguable that it was caused by the cold weather. But I did replace all my spark plugs twice and that CEL didn't go away til it got warm.
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^my car seems to love the cold weather...

To the OP...i wash it myself and take it to a self wash car wash too.. But I only get up under the car and rinse it.. Don't ever use the brush

And I got a spray nozzle that was made for washing cars.. It has a setting that shoots the water flat to clean ur undercarriage..

Just make sure to get the fender wells.. The salt on the roads love to make ur fenders rusty
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I made a search around and couldn't find something really. I know most of you are from the States which rarely snow there but for those who live in areas where it snows, I was wondering if you drive you Prelude in winter. I bought my car around 2 months ago I have many months ahead to think about if I should drive it or not because it's my only car.
I drive mine in winter, stock height. got some good winter tires. I live in northern BC, Canada... so LOTS of snow. Its no problem for me.
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I've driven mine so many times in the snow I can't count them. No rust yet on a '98, bought in '99, that now has 245k. The only time it failed me was when I had crappy tires.
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I've driven mine so many times in the snow I can't count them. No rust yet on a '98, bought in '99, that now has 245k. The only time it failed me was when I had crappy tires.
I guess you make a rustproof before the winter uh?
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I've never had a "Rustproofing" done to my car, but wash the salt off regularly at the car wash. Just use a tunnel wash with an underbody sprayer. The same places usually take a power washer to the wheel wells, wheels, side skirts, and bumper covers before the tunnel wash.
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Hmm, I guess with a rustproof it's not that necessary to wash the car then or it's better to wash it still?
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These are my winter rims, stocks that I painted lol
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my car has something sprayed under it like rhino lining but i dont know if its stock
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I have a 5th gen and the same thing sprayed under it. I believe it's a stock protector.
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Hmm, I guess with a rustproof it's not that necessary to wash the car then or it's better to wash it still?
Haha! Dude, do you really not want to wash your car? I don't know where you live, but here, winter is ~3 months tops. I wash, wax, claybar, repair, mod, whatever all spring/summer/fall but when it's cold as hell outside, I pay someone else!

It's like $20 bucks at the tunnel near me. They vacuum the inside, powerwash the lower outside and wheels, send it through the tunnel with an underbody spray, and then towel dry it. Do it on the upswing, after the **** melts (or, at least, the roads are cleared and fairly dry), before the next snow.

I'll promise them a decent tip if they clean it good enough (wheels included) to be waxed when I get it home.

Surely you can pop for a few good washes in the winter.
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