Question about 1984 Buick Skylark
If it hasn't been run for 5 or more years here is a brief checklist: Oil must be changed (3,000 miles or 3 months whichever comes sooner) Change radiator coolant Check transmission fluid (may be low from evaporation over extended period of time.) Empty the gas tank (yes, gasoline goes bad just like anything else.) Inspect anything rubber, this includes all the boots etc you mentioned. rubber tends to go bad over time, you should also have a chemical test done on the engine to ensure the head gasket is healthy. Best of luck!
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