I was glad, as i read along that the idea of a fuel
problem was being considered. I have never been to the New York
area but it is my understanding that winters there can be brutal. I spend a great deal of time dealing with various diesel
devices in the north of Canada
. Every fall all of our fuel dealers switch from 'summer' diesel
to 'winter' deisel. The reason being that the winter diesel has an additive that keeps the fuel from thickening, or even turning to gel in cold temperatures. I would think fuel distributors would do the same thing in New York
but.... could a tank full of summer fuel be the problem? If so u can introduce the additive yourself.