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Old 11-12-2014, 02:00 PM
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Storing Prelude during winter

Sorry if this has been posted, couldn't find anything in the search. I live in the burbs north of Chicago and plan on storing my Prelude once the snow hits. Any tips on what I should do in this situation? I know the basics like fill up the gas tank, change the oil, charge the battery occasionally. Anything else I might want to do? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Storing Prelude during winter

This topic was covered in depth within the last few days. Not sure what you were looking under, but you couldn't have looked too hard to miss it.

Storing my 5th Gen for the winter. Couple questions.
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Re: Storing Prelude during winter

Hey : bro i would do all winterize it .new coolant oil good wash and wax , lube underneath make sure to clear all loose dirt .
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