I would go a little farther by checking the air filter for debris and/or nests, clean and re-oil; pull the plugs and put a cup of atf mixed with diesel in each cylinder and let it sit for a day or two to loosen and lube the rings; then remove fluid (may have to pump it out by cranking engine); at the same time look for any water in the cylinders; while you're at it do a compression test; check radiator for any obstructions; check trans, etc for water, if found drain and replace. Check engine oil for water/anti-freeze and replace oil and filter; Check each plug, clean and regap; check all electrical connection to make sure bright and tight. That should get you going.
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