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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This might be a good thing at this stage. The engine may have water in the cylinders, depending on where the car was.
First remove all the spark plugs and make sure they are clean and gapped correctly. Poke a length of wood dowel or a stout straight stick carefully into the plug holes to check for any water in the cylinders. This must be removed if present. The best tool is a turkey baster or a length of clear plastic hose, to **** it out.
Check the air cleaner housing for water, and remove any found. Renew the element there if required.
Then there is a choice. You can squirt a tablespoon of engine oil in each cylinder, then leave it to soak for a day or 2, or use a commercial product
Posted on Apr 07, 2012
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