How to Wash Car Engine?

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Go to your local parts store you will see some engine cleaner that you can spray on your engine, then wash it off. Make sure you don't wash it while the car is off, its better done while running.
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How to Wash a Car Engine
The debate continues on whether or not it is safe to wash a car's engine. Some say no because of the many electrical connections and sensors located under the hood. On the other hand, water can get into the engine anyway when it rains. One must keep in... More »
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1. Purchase the right type of engine cleaning product. Most good engine soaps, shampoos or solvents are made to be sprayed on and left to sit for a few minutes ...
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