Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 11:31:14 -0500
From: "Norbert Ricafort" <norbsnospamatico.ca>
Subject: Hibernated 9000


I have an '88 9000 Turbo that's been stored and covered in my garage for a little over a year and a half now, unfortunately I've been out of the country and it hadn't been started since being stored. My question is are there any precautions I should take prior to starting her up again. I understand an oil change and perhaps some light weight oil in the cylinders to prevent a dry start and through once over but aside from the basic stuff is there anything that I should be aware of? Just wouldn't want to spend extra time and money for some things I can avoid. Thanx in advance, Norbert

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