It's that time of year again...

Discussion in 'Gen 2 Prius Fuel Economy' started by Celtic Blue, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. Celtic Blue

    Celtic Blue New Member

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    A friendly reminder that cooling weather will result in several psi drop in tire pressures. So now is a good time to begin watching your tire pressures more closely.

    When weather is warming over several months I can pretty much go without having to add any make up air. But now we are on the other side of that.

    And as soon as we get through with the high's bumping the 80's, the grill blocks start to go back in.
     
  2. bfd

    bfd Plug-In Perpetuator

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    Sept/Oct is the hottest time of the year here in the far southwest corner. But the nights will cool things down faster.
     
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    please explain more about these grill blocks. I live in the northeast and I feel I would need these. Where do you get them or do you make up your own? Up north here the schools buses all have a canvas cover over the front of the raditor in the colder months. I would not want something that would show.
     
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