TechConnect Online News Blog prepared a report on the compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel system that GM has made available on a few of its models. Apparently, the fuel gauge might not register correctly in low temperatures. Additionally, “Extreme cold weather (below -4°F, -20°C) may make it harder to start the engine. If the vehicle will be driven regularly in cold temperatures, it will be necessary to use the standard engine block heater.”
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