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Hey all, I am gonna be selling my Ford probe, and the components under the hood ie. the engine, heheh, are very dirty and greasy. I was just wondering, what do the used car sales people use to clean it when they pressure wash it. Like what kind of de-greaser do they use, and how do they do it, like will my car start after I drench the engine with water, like what should I cover.

Any info is appreciated. THANKS!

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StreetTrixE4six said:
someone posted a really good write-up about this awhile ago. do a search and u should find it. good luck w/ the sale :thumbup:

heheh, Yeah, I remember that post, I read it, it was a great post, but the thing is, I don't want my engine bay to smell like WD 40 hehehehhehe.

so I was wondering if there was a more professional alternative.
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StreetTrixE4six said:


why not just do it w/o spraying WD40? i used that GUNK engine bright stuff on my maxima and it worked great

GUNK engine bright eh?

hmm,,, I am gonna go and see if I can get that at my local store.

Thanks bro!


ok, so I am off then, heheheh.

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Ok, I went out and bought the GUNK stuff, hehehe


It says that I have to cover so many of these components, did you guys cover all of these components or just some?

And where did you wash it cause it says that you should not do it on a driveway?

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