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Old 10-13-2014, 08:43 AM   #1
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Default Need some advice on winter storage 6.7L

Hello All,

I'm looking for a few pointers on how to store my 2014 F250 6.7 over the winter.
I mainly use the truck to tow my toys around in the summer and I have a beater car to drive to work in the winter.
I've been told to fill the fuel tank up add conditioner and not to top off the DEF fluid.
Any other suggestions would be greatly appriceated.
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I store my 6.7 all winter also.


In addition to what you are doing, I add stabil (for diesels) on the final fill up in addition to the diesel conditioner. I also add a 1/2 amp "Battery Tender" to one of the batteries (been told it takes care of both at the same time).


Been adding stabil and Battery Tenders to cars and bikes for a couple of decades and it seems to work well. Goes in, in November and out in March/April, all depending on the snow.
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