GS/A hibernation

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scratcher
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GS/A hibernation

Post by scratcher » 22 Jan 2012, 09:45

Do all GS/A's hibernate while there is a risk of salt on the roads? I take mine for a run once a week just for fun.

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macplaxton
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Re: GS/A hibernation

Post by macplaxton » 23 Jan 2012, 09:44

No, it just seems that the owners' hibernate from the forum. :lol:

Although I haven't taken my GS out in the last couple of weeks, because I need to hunt down what is causing the battery to drain over a few days. Prime suspect is the boot light. In the meantime, my equally aged Volvo 343 is on main car duty. (I say main, rather than daily as I don't always end up driving it every day, but it is used in the main)

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Re: GS/A hibernation

Post by citronut » 24 Jan 2012, 09:23

seems to me all GS/A's are in permanent hibernatrion in the Hastings East Sussex area,
would realy like to see more localy to me especialy in my workshop

regards malcolm

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Re: GS/A hibernation

Post by DOMW » 25 Jan 2012, 23:12

My two are taxed all year round, but I have to hold my hand up and admit I've not driven either of mine for a few weeks. I picked up a puncture in my GS Special and swopped it for the spare, which is unfortunately bald, so I need to sort that first and then before I know it, it'll be MOT time.

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Re: GS/A hibernation

Post by scratcher » 26 Jan 2012, 09:26

Nice to know that there are still some GS/A'ers around. Gerry