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Old 26 Oct 2008, 08:55 am
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Question Regular starting CRV during cold weather

I am trying to gain a consensus on this matter. If you have a 02 CRV and it will be outside during the winter (temps 0 - 32) for 4 months, should you go out and start it regularly even just to warm it up for 5 minutes. I am finding very conflicting advice on this. Please respond as to how oftern and for how long and whether the temperature makes a difference (i.e. 32 degrees would not require it, but 0 would). Note: the car will be driven at least once per month but for possibly only 5-10 miles.
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