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    Pontiac Winter Storage - 35 Winter Storage Tips

    A Collection Of Do's And Don'ts To Keep Your Pontiac Safe And Sound When The Snow FliesIf you live in a cold climate, you know what happens when the leaves begin to fall, the sky turns gray, and morning temperatures turn frosty. It's time to pack up your Pontiac for a winter's nap to avoid subjecting it to frigid-temperature cold starts, snow, ice, road salt, and errant plows.


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    Insane In The Drains
    All Pontiacs have drains to usher away rainwater. Clean them out. You'll be amazed at what you discover. Debris stuffed in the drains will back them up just like a sink, and the water will either puddle and rust out that area or find another place to travel and rust it out. The drains are in the cowl area, door bottoms, rockers (shown), and rear quarters on most models. On convertibles, clean the drip tray behind the top, under the boot.


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    sounds like this was more for vintage cars, but a lot of the tips would still work for ours

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    thats most of the stuff i do for mine.

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    Winter Storage for me is putting the T-Tops back on...

    I hate Southern California winters.......

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    Good tips. Never thought about the seat springs.

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