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Old 08-10-2015, 09:59 AM   #1
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Question for those that clean their engines. How do you do it? What components do you cover up (especially electrical)? Do you use a regular hose or a power washer? I'm a bit afraid to use a power washer as I don't want to damage any hoses or seals.
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The key is to never let it get that dirty. Every now and then I will take my leaf blower and blow the engine off. this gets rid of the accumulated loose dust and debri. After that I will wipe it down by hand with a damp rag. It doesnt rain much in Texas and I dont drive on dirt roads so that keeps it looking very clean.
A good leaf blower will do a lot.
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It's really not so bad, but it's starting to build up.
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I tend to spray a 30% simple green solution on a stopped warm (NOT hot) engine then I lightly rinse with spray mist from a hose. I cover my CAI and avoid fuse box/altenator and let it air dry for 1/2 hr b4 starting. As mentioned above do this 1x year it won't get real dirty.
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Simple Green and elbow grease. Wipe it down around once a month and you're in good shape.

I like the leaf blower idea. I recently swapped out the intake manifolds and was surprised at the amount of dirt, grit, and bull**** down in there.
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Once cleaned up, hit all the plastics and rubber with 303 Aerospace. Just keep up with it on a regular basis and that is about all you will need to do in the future. I also blow in there once in a while with an electric leaf blower.


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Once cleaned up, hit all the plastics and rubber with 303 Aerospace. Just keep up with it on a regular basis and that is about all you will need to do in the future. I also blow in there once in a while with an electric leaf blower.


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I need to try that aerospace 303. I keep hearing about its wondrous results.
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I need to try that aerospace 303. I keep hearing about its wondrous results.

It's awesome! I use it on the black plastic trim, rubber hoses, tires, leather seats, matte black vinyl stripes, vinyl convertible top, rubber weatherstripping, dashboard, plastic door panels, and pour some over my cereal in the morning!


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It's awesome! I use it on the black plastic trim, rubber hoses, tires, leather seats, matte black vinyl stripes, rubber weatherstripping, dashboard, plastic door panels, and pour some over my cereal in the morning!


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Where can it be found? Just auto parts store? I don't know if I've ever seen it in person
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Where can it be found? Just auto parts store? I don't know if I've ever seen it in person

I know they sell it at Cabelas, but not everyone has one in their state. I do have a Cabelas about 20 minutes from me, but I just order mine on eBay.


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I know they sell it at Cabelas, but not everyone has one in their state. I do have a Cabelas about 20 minutes from me, but I just order mine on eBay.


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Yeah I was hoping to pick it up before I head up to the American muscle show. I will have to see if I can find it online and see who carries it.


And according to there handy site Napa in my town carries it. Sweet.
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I use my pressure washer, works great


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I scored 303 on Amazon....I use it also on my tires...cleans them w/o the shiny black look which I don't like
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If you really want that new car/ straight off the dealer lot look, look into a small steam cleaner. Works wonders
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Picked up a bottle of 303 today at O'Reillys. Napa acted like I was from Mars when I asked. Guess the website was wrong. It's not easy to find that stuff. At least local. O'Reillys had one bottle.
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Thanks everyone for the info!
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Picked up a bottle of 303 today at O'Reillys. Napa acted like I was from Mars when I asked. Guess the website was wrong. It's not easy to find that stuff. At least local. O'Reillys had one bottle.

So? Any opinions? I know you couldn't have not cracked that bottle yet. The curiosity was just eating you up!


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So? Any opinions? I know you couldn't have not cracked that bottle yet. The curiosity was just eating you up!


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I did use some today on some plastics. It does work great.
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Yeah I would do everything by hand and never with running water (i.e. - hose, pressure water, etc...). Just wipe it down and keep it dressed and you'll be good to go! You can also get an extension for the end of your air hose (if you have an air compressor) that will act like an air gun.
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Definitely dry clean any modern engine. Every connector is weather pak on a modern car but why chance it? vacuum off the accumulated little sand and stones that like to accumulate atop the engine. Wipe it down with damp towels and a gentle cleanser, if needed and drive on. Modern engines don't leak like the 4.3 V6 in my Chevy G10 Van that weeps from every seal like it's sad not to be a Ford.
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Definitely dry clean any modern engine. Every connector is weather pak on a modern car but why chance it? vacuum off the accumulated little sand and stones that like to accumulate atop the engine. Wipe it down with damp towels and a gentle cleanser, if needed and drive on. Modern engines don't leak like the 4.3 V6 in my Chevy G10 Van that weeps from every seal like it's sad not to be a Ford.
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If you look in the "Maintenance and care" section of your owners manual, there should be detailed instructions for cleaning the engine. Including a diagram highlighting the components that you should avoid getting wet.
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Must not have any oil in it then
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I did use some today on some plastics. It does work great.
I have heard the 303 works well. I personally am a fan of the Croftgate tire shine which is what I use for all my engine plastics. Works really good.

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I have heard the 303 works well. I personally am a fan of the Croftgate tire shine which is what I use for all my engine plastics. Works really good.

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The 303 is such an interesting product. It gives the plastic and rubber new life with a nice shine but not out of control. I used it on my interior, engine bay, tires, weather strip, splitters, diffuser ect. Best of all it doesn't seem to attract dirt like some of those oily dressings. I'm a fan of this product now.

I saw your super shininess you had going on that day 👍🏻. Does the croftgate stuff collect dust and dirt?
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The 303 is such an interesting product. It gives the plastic and rubber new life with a nice shine but not out of control. I used it on my interior, engine bay, tires, weather strip, splitters, diffuser ect. Best of all it doesn't seem to attract dirt like some of those oily dressings. I'm a fan of this product now.

I saw your super shininess you had going on that day 👍🏻. Does the croftgate stuff collect dust and dirt?
One could dull down that shine a bit using Croftgate as well but as you could see, I love that super shiney look. Ha ha ha. I have found this product does not collect dust and dirt as well.

I have heard really good things about that 303. I assume you just spray on and let air dry.

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My secret to keeping it clean... only drive in perfect weather!

A little over a year old with only 3,500 miles on it.

Actually, I have barely driven it on sunny day's lately, its been so hot!

I wipe it down with a warm damp rag with a little bit of dish detergent mixed in to the warm water in the bucket. When done, I armor all the parts at the top that are exposed to the sun, near the windshield wipers.
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My secret to keeping it clean... only drive in perfect weather!

A little over a year old with only 3,500 miles on it.

Actually, I have barely driven it on sunny day's lately, its been so hot!

I wipe it down with a warm damp rag with a little bit of dish detergent mixed in to the warm water in the bucket. When done, I armor all the parts at the top that are exposed to the sun, near the windshield wipers.
I think you may be onto something. Another way to keep the engine super clean , is to never ever drive the car. 😂

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The 303 is such an interesting product. It gives the plastic and rubber new life with a nice shine but not out of control. I used it on my interior, engine bay, tires, weather strip, splitters, diffuser ect. Best of all it doesn't seem to attract dirt like some of those oily dressings. I'm a fan of this product now.

I saw your super shininess you had going on that day 👍🏻. Does the croftgate stuff collect dust and dirt?

Glad I was able to turn you on to it! The stuff is awesome!


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One could dull down that shine a bit using Croftgate as well but as you could see, I love that super shiney look. Ha ha ha. I have found this product does not collect dust and dirt as well.

I have heard really good things about that 303. I assume you just spray on and let air dry.

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You spray it on and wipe with a microfiber. Depending on what pieces you are working with, you can also spray it on the microfiber first and then wipe the pieces to prevent overspray.


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A little over a year old with only 3,500 miles on it.



Actually, I have barely driven it on sunny day's lately, its been so hot!



I wipe it down with a warm damp rag with a little bit of dish detergent mixed in to the warm water in the bucket. When done, I armor all the parts at the top that are exposed to the sun, near the windshield wipers.

Careful with dish detergent. It strips wax. Armor All dries out the pieces you are trying to protect.


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Like an idiot I washed under the hood of my f250 with a power washer. I had been off road and it was a mess. I never directly hit the coils with the nozzle but I did get them wet enough to miss. I thought they'd dry out and run correctly but soon realized I made a terrible mistake and replaced them all. I will never be under the hood with a hose again.


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I believe most of us that suggest using running water are happy with a hose set in fine mist.....
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Like an idiot I washed under the hood of my f250 with a power washer. I had been off road and it was a mess. I never directly hit the coils with the nozzle but I did get them wet enough to miss. I thought they'd dry out and run correctly but soon realized I made a terrible mistake and replaced them all. I will never be under the hood with a hose again.


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