I had problems last year with the cold, and this year I'm taking steps to ensure a smooth season. I'm having my dealer install the coolant/block heater and the transmission oil heater. Do any of you have any other suggestions?
Last year, even treated diesel had some separation, so I kept my fuel inside the house and filled the tank as needed during the coldest times. I plan to do that again, unless there's some way to heat the diesel fuel in the tank?
If I have a block heater, should I also get a magnetic oil pan heater? That way the oil will start flowing right away, I'm thinking, and not cause as much wear.
I have a battery tender, so that's not going to be a problem. And worst comes to worst, I can run a propane heater in the "shed" (Shelter logic garage in a box).