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All right, I live in San Francisco, where it never really is that cold and I only have 250 miles on my CLK 55. I am going to take it up to Tahoe for the weekend and it is 15 degrees at night up there. Any of you East Coasters (or other cold weather people) know of any problems I might have leaving an "unbroken in" car out overnight in the cold weather? I was specifically thinking of new hoses cracking, etc. <br>
 
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Don't use the park brake. I hear some get stuck and don't release. nt

: All right, I live in San Francisco, where it never really is that cold and I only have 250 miles on my CLK 55. I am going to take it up to Tahoe for the weekend and it is 15 degrees at night up there. Any of you East Coasters (or other cold weather people) know of any problems I might have leaving an "unbroken in" car out overnight in the cold weather? I was specifically thinking of new hoses cracking, etc. <br><p>
 
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