well theres gonna be snow...so itll be parked without me driving/touching it for about 6 months or so...i got one of those out door covers...another question i have is should i fill up the gas tank..or leave it empty??..i heard somthing that condensation can get into the tank...??
You should start it up every now and then. If you have the
possibility, drive it back and forth a bit. If you can't take it down the road, just back and forth a couple of meters in your back yard is way better than nothing. If you
have any decent size rims (18's or 19's) change them to the stock tires before storing it!
Do not rev the engine up high to try and compensate for an irregular idle or whatever. If your car sits outside for a long time with temperatures going up/down, you'll have some condensation basically everywhere. That'll make your car idle irregular. Just let it sit tight and do its thing. A friend of mine had is volkswagen golf stored outside for 6 months without starting it even once. It took the car 15 minutes to regain normal idle after the winter. patience grasshopper.
And good luck. I know how bad winter sucks, living in norway. I'm about to buy a second car, which I basically can't afford -- but have to try so my celica can stay locked inside a garage this winter. Road salt corroding the chassis, and women sliding all over the place like total dumb ass'es 'cause they can't drive when its slippery just isn't good for my baby