Yea thats what ive heard aswell. If you dont put the stabalizer stuff in the gas can turn into a nasty sludge at the bottom of your tank.becauseican said:I am wondering the same thing. For one, I think you should park it with a full tank of gas, if the tank is less than full rust can form on the inside above the fuel. You can buy something like a fuel stabilizer that will keep the gas good for when you start it up next year.
Why do you say drain the oil? Wont that cause everything to dry out and the possibility of rust forming on the cylinder walls? My garage isnt heated, so it will be out in the cold.SupraTrey said:blah blah blah..... all you need to do for the winter is DRAIN your OIL.......... make sure you have at least a half tank of gas.... you can put stabilizer fluid in the tank but its not necessary. They stuff was designed for vehicles that are being stored for over a year. Make sure car is in a Dry cool/warm place. If its in the extream cold(carport ect) MAKE SURE YOU DRAIN THE OIL AND GAS. Warm(storage/garage) you need to Drain the oil and half tank of gas. Thats all you need to do... Trust me (my supie sits all year round. )
think about what you just said.stonedworm said:Why do you say drain the oil? Wont that cause everything to dry out and the possibility of rust forming on the cylinder walls? My garage isnt heated, so it will be out in the cold.
park it on a blanky and give it plenty o tlc it will get mad at you and blow its head gasket you know, if you start neglecting it LOL I'm sorry i couldnt resist...stonedworm said:This is my last week having the supra on the road before it gets garaged for the winter. What should I do to it to preserve it for the next 5 months?