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Hi,
I put my 96' WS-6 in storage for the winter and am ready to bust it out for the spring/summer. The only thing i did though was add a fuel stabilizer and and tarp over the top. Is there something else i should've done or should do before i start it up? thanks

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Well depending on how long its been since the oil change has been done you may want to consider to do an oil change, check tire pressures, check the air filter area and engine for any rodent nest, check all fluids Brake, Engine, Power Steering, and antifreeze. That should about do it. Once its warm if its automatic check the trans fluid.

Thats all I would do if a car sat for over 4 months.

Its getting about that time of year isnt it?biggrin

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Just like at Jiffy Lube eh, Rex??? It must be really awesome being head douchebag at the Jiffy Lube huh? biggrin

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MERCEDESSHOP ROCKS wrote:

Just like at Jiffy Lube eh, Rex??? It must be really awesome being head douchebag at the Jiffy Lube huh? biggrin



Considering most of the people in this forum have been to our facility and had entire engine overhauls you certainly will be considered a complete ass. If you are jealous of oil change technicians and you lack the ability to perform even the most remedial automotive services then I fully understand your rude obnoxious outburst and urge others not to make fun of the retard. This troll is hungry so please don't feed him.






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Sounds like Rex got all his training done at Jiffylube! aHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAH

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I never worked for Jiffy Lube. I think you need to check your facts.

However when it comes to you Stoma, just being able to change your own oil would require more skill than you have. Pretty sad really.

Have a nice day Cawk Suka.

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MY BAD!!! YOU GOT YOUR TRAINING OVER AT MIDAS!!! AHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!!!



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I think you had better check your facts. I have never worked at or for Midas. I did set up the computer systems for a company that owned a Midas but never as a mechanic. You must be thinking of another Rex Umney.

Regardless, I doubt you could even hold a job at Midas sweeping the floors.



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SELLC wrote:

 

I think you had better check your facts. I have never worked at or for Midas. I did set up the computer systems for a company that owned a Midas but never as a mechanic. You must be thinking of another Rex Umney.

Regardless, I doubt you could even hold a job at Midas sweeping the floors.

 



UTTER BULLSHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

WHO IN THE RIGHT STATE OF MIND WOULD NAME THEIR KID REX UMNEY?????? HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAH

THERE'S ONLY ONE........ YOU!!!!!!!!!!! FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!

 



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