Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 16:39:11 -0400
From: KeithG <noonenopsamspring.com>
Subject: Re: Sitting Saab


2 mos? That is not too long IMO. If you are really worried, put a squirt of oil in each cylinder, run the starter with no plugs in it for a few revolutions, replace plugs and start it up. I went through this process when I was starting a car that had been sitting for about a year. I have left my car at the airport for over a month before, though, and just fired it up. If it were me, I'd just fire it up. :-) KeithG The Trevyn wrote: > I have a question that I hope you fine Saab lovers can help me with. In > July, I broke my femur in 4 places and I was laid up in bed for 6 weeks and > have been hobbling around the house for the last few weeks...the problem is > (the true problem is not my broken leg) that I had just purchased a > beautiful 1999 Saab 9-3SE HOT and it hasn't been driven now for over 2 > months. I am going to attempt to drive it soon with my fiancÈ with me, > however, I am wondering if any of you could lend some insight into what I > should do/look for before hand. It has a full tank of gas and under 30,000 > miles...I don't want to do something that will hurt my new toy. Any ideas? > Should I be worried about the gas, oil, etc? > > Thanks in advance for any insight you can lend. > > Trevyn > >

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