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Just one more point. Superman, if your car likes cool weather and makes more power then it is because the cool air is more dense. If it is more dense won't the car compensate with more fuel to keep the A/F correct? Result, worse mileage. I agree that my car feels stronger in the cold wather and I drive it a liitle harder I think because of it. This also would decrease mileage. Just some thoughts.

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