Last weekend I opened up the hood on the turbo Z and began doing some preparation for its first start after sitting for a couple years.
New coil, spark plug wires, spark plugs, oil change, fuel filter. I also put some WD-40 on the rings and spun the engine around by hand a couple times to get it broken loose if it was stuck at all. It seemed to turn freely from the very beginning.
The old spark plugs were not stuck in there so I take it the previous owner took care of the engine and probably changed the oil and sparks plugs somewhat regularly.
Some cat came by looking for attention. Ain't nobody got time for that cat!
I also removed that electric cooling fan for the injectors. (above) It might only be needed if you drive in a very hot climate.
That's it for this week.