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bladed_metal
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bladed_metal Oct 25, 4:13am - #308746 

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1991 Toyota Celica GT

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How do i clean an engine

How do I steam clean an engine?
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celiwhite
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celiwhite Oct 25, 4:22am - #308747 
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Originally Posted by GOLDCELICA

If you have a steam cleaner. With brush attachment steam clean all the metal pieces. Get deep down into the crevices and hard to reach area's. Don't steam anything electrical such as plugs, wires, ignition coils, alternator, battery, etc. Just clean the engine bays rubber seals, metal pieces, plastic pieces, nuts, bolts etc. Wipe down with a terry cloth rag to get rid of the residue. Don't get to crazy with the steam.


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BlkCelicaGT07
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BlkCelicaGT07 Oct 25, 6:00am - #308748 

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power clean it with a pressure hose, thats how i did mine and it came out looking brand new. thumbsup
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Zero Oct 25, 6:29pm - #308749 

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dont forget to clean the underside of your Hood too. thumbsup

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