i dont about how low of a temp would affect it but the way the weather has been in florida id keep the grid heater for a bit longer lol
Holy crap batman,its yhat cold down there.:shock:Mines out and has been out about a year, I have had no problems at all with the truck starting during this unusual cold snap for us down here. The only thing I have noticed is the truck takes about 5 mins longer to warm up while driving to work. The truck has only gone in to high idle once in the last two weeks. I live inland away from the coast so I have been seeing temps in the the low to mid 30's in the mornings when leaving for work.
Thanks, I guess a little anti-gel won't hurt either. Thanks again great forum.Doesnt often get this cold here, but got down to *15 here in the DFW area this week and started up just fine, no smoke/stumble/anything. Many guys have started even colder without any issues...
The thought is that you get better air flow to the engine. I've dyno'd mine with and without it, and got the same #'s. I think I'm going to leave mine in.sorry if this is a dumb question, but why would you want to do a grid heater delete? even if you live in a warm area, what's the problem with keeping it?