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First of all, I believe you are misunderstanding what "blowby" is. Blowby is caused when the air/fuel mixture is passing by the compression rings (top rings) in the cylinder. Every vehicle suffers from blowby to some extent (unless they use gapless rings). The extent is usually dictated by how old the engine is and how well maintenance has been done to it. ...


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One thing I was told recently (possibly through this very site...) was that regular detergent is flammable - so your overalls, once washed, will be more flammable than they were before...


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Not necessarily a presoak, but if you use a product like original Gojo: It will clean the grease/oil really well. You may want to run the stuff through a second time with regular washer detergent to ensure the washer is clean after use. The alternative way would be to take them to a laundromat and use their washer. Only needs to be run through once that ...


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My car's engine was in very bad condition, and had issues similar to yours. I've since repaired the original engine and years later also installed a new engine. External Cleaning: I wouldn't say that the dirt holds everything together. Rather, when cleaning off the dirt, you might pull off parts of frail seals or break old plastic connectors, etc. In the ...


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Getting rid of those deposits is tedious but not difficult: Drain the coolant and flush with tap water (dispose of the coolant safely!) Fill the cooling system with about two cups of liquid dishwasher detergent dissolved in hot water. Start the engine and run it until it warms up to regular operating temperature. Drain the detergent solution and flush ...



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