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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I've always used the -40 stuff they sell at service stations. Only one time, I had an issue on a Toyota where a line near the wheel well froze up. It was -25f out and worked fine when I first started it, but when I was driving, it froze up. I think the windchill while driving put it over the edge.
    Guess that's why some use EverClear!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    I'm thinking separate pump and tube to the cabin! Maybe more than one container! Maybe I won't give a shit if my windows are clean or not!


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    Lol, yep I can tell my passengers, here let me fill your cup up for you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I've always used the -40 stuff they sell at service stations. Only one time, I had an issue on a Toyota where a line near the wheel well froze up. It was -25f out and worked fine when I first started it, but when I was driving, it froze up. I think the windchill while driving put it over the edge.
    I have never had issues with the De-Icer stuff, but have had issues with the regular fluid.


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    Ran in to this problem once with my Subaru when I was living in Sacramento, they don't sell any washer fluid that goes below freezing around town. First winter trip up to Tahoe and one side froze before I hit Donner pass. After that I started making sure I bought the -20 stuff and ran it year round.

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