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Old 08 Jan 2011, 01:31 pm
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Default 1991 Honda Accord sitting for 1.5 years...what do i do to get driving?

My Honda Accord has been sitting for about a year and a has only been started once every 2 months. What do i need to do before i start driving it?
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Old 08 Jan 2011, 01:46 pm
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Inflate the tires properly, fill it with fresh fuel, change the oil and filter, check

the air filter housing for mouse nests, etc..
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