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Unread 08-09-2011, 05:28 AM   #1
Tinoczka
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Touring Europe / Asia

Thanks... Everybody I will go from Paris to Siberia… I have Grand Cherokee 1999 winch ARB 1.5 lift 4.0 L gasoline Engine, Tires like on the picture Goodyear all terrain, might switch to mud. Have also Pirelli All season scorpio... Are those better for snow? I do have synthetic old...not sure about anti freeze.... I should be fine till november then I will get minus 30. daily might get even 45....

Is there any heating system to the engine. There is a company AEV which put hemi on jeeps and does other stuff in the US...they include some engine heating on its service..... But my car is here in Paris.... What who'd be a problem to start in extreme cold minus 40, how about transmission fluid (automatic transmission) brake fluid, how there work in such a temp

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Is there any heating system to the engine. There is a company AEV which put hemi on jeeps and does other stuff in the US...they include some engine heating on its service..... But my car is here in Paris.... What who'd be a problem to start in extreme cold minus 40, how about transmission fluid (automatic transmission) brake fluid, how there work in such a temp

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