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Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?


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Excerpt: I have some sand/dirt in some areas, some of which are hard to reach. Water can be tricky and I'm skittish about crap getting wet under there. Vacuum it? I've read of people using degreasers but this isn't really a grease problem. Even if it was then you have to still get that stuff cleaned off. Thanks for any info.

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    Re: Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?

    Quote Quote posted by goin on 4T View Post
    Well mine is a US made engine and there is no room to do shit; so I am not fucking with it. Plus those fuckers would probably tell me I voided the warranty.
    Just spray some interior detailer into a rag and wipe down those dress panels.

    My dad used to have a CTS-V and I'd spray it all down without ever having a problem.

    The V uses a roots-type blower. Plus it's covered. Nothing will happen if you pressure washed the crap out of it.


    IDK why people think you'll ruin something if you get water under the hood.

    There are 2 areas to pay attention to.

    The intake. If you have and open element filter you can't get it wet, so cover it with a plastic bag. Most stock intake have openings that draw from the front bumper or fender, you're not getting water enough in there to threaten an issue unless you drove into a lake.

    2, the alternator. Don't directly spray into it.

    That's it.


    You can spray the crap out of everything else and nothing is going to happen.

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    Re: Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?

    Quote Quote posted by WoodyO View Post
    My battery acid semen will eat through the toughest grime.
    Semen is alkaline

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    Quote Quote posted by mistaballoonhands View Post
    Semen is alkaline
    Brb. Gonna get the pH testing kit from the pool.

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    Re: Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?

    I'll pass on getting my coil packs wet, the ICV wet, CCV wet, corroding the literally 5 electrical connections on my intake, the O2 sensons that are on top of my cats and anything abs related...pass, pass, pass

    they're all made to get wet but theyre not made to have water sent with pressure into them
    I'd rather just deal with the road dust that gets on em...which is pretty minimal provided there are no fluid leaks and all the 8 million gaskets and grommets under there are intact
    Stop dogs stop! The light is red now!

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    Quote Quote posted by dabuffguy View Post
    Just spray some interior detailer into a rag and wipe down those dress panels.

    My dad used to have a CTS-V and I'd spray it all down without ever having a problem.

    The V uses a roots-type blower. Plus it's covered. Nothing will happen if you pressure washed the crap out of it.


    IDK why people think you'll ruin something if you get water under the hood.

    There are 2 areas to pay attention to.

    The intake. If you have and open element filter you can't get it wet, so cover it with a plastic bag. Most stock intake have openings that draw from the front bumper or fender, you're not getting water enough in there to threaten an issue unless you drove into a lake.

    2, the alternator. Don't directly spray into it.

    That's it.


    You can spray the crap out of everything else and nothing is going to happen.
    Because the dealer said not to. I asked his dumb ass the other. Those fuckers also broke that carbon-fiber engine cover too when the were changing the thermostat.
    Not that it matters but mine isn't a cts.
    I like racing gt's my father-in law owns a ford dealership. He brings some cool rides over.
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    Re: Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?

    When comes the inevitable "cock peeps, how do you wash your penis?" Thread?

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    Quote Quote posted by WoodyO View Post
    When comes the inevitable "cock peeps, how do you wash your penis?" Thread?
    I use a sound attached to a waterpik.
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    Think she can handle that?
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    Re: Car peeps, how/do you wash your engine?

    I swirl mine around in the ball washer at Rancho Carlsbad golf course.

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    I can't wait to get down there so we can get shitfaced and do some meth.
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