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Old 09-05-2012, 11:22 PM   #11914
deadwood83
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Originally Posted by ///MPR77 View Post
Just use some plastic bags, and cover the electrical components
Find a coin-op carwash that has low pressure with the trigger out, and full pressure when trigger is pushed. And pay close attention when you are at full pressure, as to not exacerbate any dried out vacuum hoses, and to avoid electrics.

No distributor cap to worry about here.
...or just be safe and use degreaser and a garden hose + bags + foil. Follow up with engine dressing. You can do it right in your driveway and even get to choose when you start the car next.
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