Just wanted to give all CR owners a heads up with cold weather fast approaching. Some CR owners including myself have found water and oily goo in their cold side inter cooler hoses. Its usually not a problem if there isn't much there. At times though this water can build up enough that when it freezes it can casue a no start problem. The inspection of the cold side inter cooler hose is quite easy. First remove the plastic belly pan. After the pan is off look on the right side of the engine from below. You will see a rubber hose approx. 2 inches in diameter. This is the cold side inter cooler hose. On one end of the hose you will see a regular hose clamp. On the other end is a band type clamp. The end with the regular hose clamp is the end you want to take loose. This end connect to a plastic duct. Loosen the clamp enough to slide it back on the hose out of the way. Now work the hose off the plactic duct. It may take a little effort as it does fit tightly. As soon as you get the hose started off you may get some water from the hose. Pull the hose completely off the duct. This will let you drain all the water(if any) There may also be some oily goo. This goo is from normal oil and water/dirt mixing together in the hose.The color of this goo can range from dark gray to tan. Various amounts of water have been found by owners. On my 09 JSW I removed approx. 1-1/2 to 2 cups. On my 09 Sedan the water was minimal. I checked my neighbors 09 Sedan and the water was also minimal in her inner cooler hose. dweisel LUBRICITY,LUBRICITY,LUBRICITY! Here are a few pics of what you may or may not find.