Yep, that's what I was hoping to avoid. I don't mind putting the time into a little detail work, it's just so hard to get my hands in there! Someone should develop a very small wand that will attach to a hose. Hey! Sounds like a good job for an engineer!:smilieengineer76 said:Larry,
Best way to go is a nice wash with some cleaning product at a self car wash. Most of the car wash do even have the cleaning products in their high pressure washer.
Make sure that you have a 7mm wrench with you - those rubber boots around the coils are definitely not water tight :eyepoppin ......
(in other words: I am pretty sure that the motor won't run on all 8 cylinders right after the wash)
Guess we think alike (great minds and all that).:winksmeatball said:What about those garden-type sprayers - they have small wand and low pressure. A guy could get bottle of Simple Green, mix it maybe 1-4 cleaner to water and spray on motor. Then with paint brush or maybe one of those longer handled parts brushes to agitate dirt/dust and wash off w/straight water using the garden sprayer again. Maybe just using a spray bottle for everything would work just as well?