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Where will it be stored?
Above or below freezing?
Winterize the gas engine/stabilize or drain fuel
Drain all water from pump cavity
Drain hoses and attachments of water
Pump oil will need a change. Is it better to do it before putting it up for the winter or in the spring?
"It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006
Use that old fuel in a crappy vehicle if you have one.
I wouldn't use anti-freeze in the pump. Go to Lowe's, Home Depot, Sears and pick up some Pump Saver and use it in the pump. It not only winterizes the pump it also has mineral oil in it to lubricate the parts/seals. Well worth the small price to pay.
Also drain any hoses, detergent line, wand/gun, etc. Later!