Check the spark plugs, wires, coolant and OIL. I would do an oil change before starting this car at all. Oil should be changed every three months as it will expire. If the oil is bad it can get real thick and absolutely cause issues in starting the car safely. Having little/no/or bad coolant can also be bad. A basic tune up before adding fuel to her and starting it up would be good.
After checking and replacing the fluids and looking at the plugs to make sure they are not oil fouled or in bad shape it should start just fine. Be prepared for some smoke from the tailpipe as it will more than likely burn and deposits that have been sitting in the system. Watch the engine compartment for unusual burning and the temperature guage for unsual heating issues.
Wednesday, January 25th, 2006 AT 1:06 AM