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I have a 1991 Toyota Celica that I put away for the winter when I turn to my Subaru Outback for the upstate New York region where I live. What should I do to the gas, oil, and other fluids in my car to stabilize them for the winter in an unheated garage? What other actions should I take to protect my "baby"? I'm hoping to have this car for a long time. . .

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com Check out this recent article on Ask Patty about winterizing your car, there is an addtional link to www.carcare.org with info on how to take care of your baby during the winter season! Go here: http://askpatty.typepad.com/ask_patty_/2006/10/more_than_70_pe.html

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