Originally Posted by BillBoost37
Right..don't start it for 2 minutes and call it good. Get it up to temp for 10-15 min. or dont' start it at all.
Yes, i forgot to mention that you need to get it up to temp and move it a little bit. Since mine was in a garage, I would start it, back it out, and let it idle for 15 minutes. After that, I'd move it back into the garage, turn it off and cover it back up.
I also left a window with about 1/4 down incase I tracked any moisture into the car. This way, it would not be trapped in there and i did not risk getting moldy (bought my car in august after it sat closed since june with a water leak. not something I wanted to re-live) You shouldn't have this issue since it will be cooler than direct sunlight in july, but it couldn't hurt. this also assumes you cover it in order to keep the dust out, otherwise, consider just keeping them up. And you don't want it any more than that just in case there are critters that live in the building. You really shouldn't need this part, but for the sake of anyone else reading this and considering it, it'* good to note.