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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-10-1999, 03:15 AM
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Cleaning Engine Blow By

Any suggestions for cleaning the oil from my enging and hood now that my blow by has been fixed?

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Re: Cleaning Engine Blow By

If you have an air compressor, Cambell Hausfield makes and engine cleaner attachement (sells for $12 at Walmart), It allows cleaning solution to be run though it also. Just a note though, this is only a thought right now, we just bought this gadget last night & havent used it yet (but will soon). Check it out if you like.

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Try simple green. Works on everything.

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Castrol Super Clean works even better than Simple Green on the heavy buildup. It's a good idea to wear some sort of rubber gloves as it is really hard on your hands.

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Gunk and a soft brush.

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Re: Cleaning Engine Blow By

Local car wash.......turn switch to "engine degreaser".......add quarters .......apply liberally........switch to rinse .......repeat as needed.......... admire the new look.

"Scabs are good"???????? ......I guess if one is cut......scabs r good (MR DUCKS).......but I'd try and avoid the need "to scab".

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Re: Cleaning Engine Blow By

Hi Tim
I sent you a private message on the same subject but figured I would ask on the form also since blow by seems to come up kinda often .So how did you cure it ? Get it fixed ?

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