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Getting an engine cleaned at a car wash.

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I stay here for about 20 years, and owns a car during this time.

When clean the car I let the engine always cleaned without any problems.

This applies to both a gasoline or dieselblock.

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I do it myself at car wash. Since you have not cleaned in 5 years really their is NO excuse for being heart LAZY!

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Had my wife’s car engine cleaned at the dealer last service. Looked like a showroom engine when done. Thb 650 from memory including the cleaner fluid.

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37 minutes ago, kevinmartyn said:

I do it myself at car wash. Since you have not cleaned in 5 years really their is NO excuse for being heart LAZY!

Who's got a dodgy heart....🤔

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I can remember the days when if a big down pour, you worried about the engine conking out and getting home.....Not here though, and a long time ago....😇

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5 hours ago, transam said:

I can remember the days when if a big down pour, you worried about the engine conking out and getting home.....Not here though, and a long time ago....😇

British cars in particular were renowned for it.

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5 hours ago, kevinmartyn said:

I do it myself at car wash. Since you have not cleaned in 5 years really their is NO excuse for being heart LAZY!

This is Thailand, at what car wash do you wash anything yourself?

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6 hours ago, ujayujay said:

Never WASH the Engine, except do you like to have elecrical problems! Use a dry Fabric to clean away dust and sand from the plasticcovers on the Block, Fusebox, Batterycover etc.

A lot of people here obviously disagree with you.

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The village car wash does clean engine when you ask. It’s their main source of income. Professional set up....

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5 hours ago, gamesgplayemail said:

 

only smart reply here.

 

 

He seems to be on his own though.

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2 hours ago, giddyup said:

He seems to be on his own though.

Before you wash, it’s a good idea to cover up that thing that measures the airflow.

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Please allow me to inform peeps. If you have the engine cleaned every time you have the car cleaned you will find it only needs a quick blast over to keep it like new. I have done just that from new never had a problem as it never gets dirty.

Couple of snaps of mine today that hasn't been touched for around 3 weeks so has a bit of dust on it. Not unexpected as I have done well over 1k km in that time.

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