Re: OBD codes
Look at it this way. You washed the engine down and THEN got the codes. Possibly got water to short the coil on #4 which will cause the O2s to go crazy sometimes. Water will also short out other sensors. Try to make sure everything is dried out, clear the codes, and run it again.
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