Some background, I have a 2011 with a BOE tune, headers, etc... I garage my car this fall with a full tank of Tier 1 fuel and never got around to adding gas stabilizer. A couple of weeks ago, I changed the oil and I finally drove it on Saturday. After about 30 minutes, I hard launched it and it ran great. As soon as I went back to cruising, it ran awful. A couple of miles down the road I got a P0302 (#2 misfire) and the corresponding P1302 for the cat with limp mode and the smell of old gas. Hoping that it was a coil problem, I swapped 2 with 4, reset the codes, and then drove it on Sunday with several restarts (since the TSM says 2 trips or more). It still ran like garbage, but I couldn't get the check engine light to light up again. At this point, I don't know if I need any troubleshooting help, but I am going to try to clean the throttle connection and I've siphoned out about 5 gallons of gas to try to get some fresh gas in there, but I keep thinking that if it's bad gas, I would get all the P030#'s. I probably can't get back to playing around with the car for a couple of weeks, but I'll update this when I do. I guess this post is just a heads up or therapy, lol. I guess I shouldn't have thought that I should sell it since I don't drive it, the car gods always get you.