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I was reading this morning about winter storage care and came across a blog posting from someone who had claimed it was a good idea to unplug the fuel pump fuse as part of the winter storage check list?

Why is that? Or was this guy talking out of his rear end?
 

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I have no idea why you would want to do that. Someone smarter than me will chime in I'm sure. I've been storing Corvette's over the winter for more than 15 years having lived in the Northeast and I've done nothing more than added some air to the tires and plugged in a battery tender.
 

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I have no idea why you would want to do that. Someone smarter than me will chime in I'm sure. I've been storing Corvette's over the winter for more than 15 years having lived in the Northeast and I've done nothing more than added some air to the tires and plugged in a battery tender.
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I don't see any benefit to it. Pulling the pump fuse will still maintain fuel in the lines. You would have to drain the lines to get any benefit. But as long as you aren't hitting -30 I don't see any issues.
 
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