Originally Posted by urocav2001
Yup I emptied the tanks last trip, I do pull battery and out on battery tender in shed, I just peeked at owners manual and it states antifreeze method requires 4-6 gallons. And they say put 1 gallon in each holding tank?
When you run every faucet, you'll be putting antifreeze into the tanks....so I don't think you'll need to add any more unless the tanks have stuff in there.
After I ensure every faucet, showers, and toilet have red stuff, I pour a cup or so into every drain so the water in the traps don't freeze.
I do most of the winterizing at the house. Then, when she's parked in the lot, I'll do a quick drain on everything one last time as driving around can make liquid appear. (Water heater, fresh water tank, and two low-point drains.) Finally, I'll put a couple of inches of red stuff in the toilet to help protect the rubber seal in there.)