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Old 10-04-2011, 04:33 PM   #16
davericher20
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Never start it once stored, it is dry, why introduce moisture in your exhaust and engine, it will never warm up enough to dry everything out, just let it be. Besides you will just disturb the mice that are sleeping.
this. If you can't get it up to operating temp from driving (not idling) then you shouldn't start it at all.
And think of the mice dude.
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