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Old 07-25-2005, 18:06   #1 (permalink)
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Question degreasing?

i want to degrease my engine as it has an oil leak from what i can tell its coming from near the oil filter but i am unsure of where it is coming from. so how would i go about degreasing the engine? i live in brisbane and i am unsure of where i can do this and i do have car ramps but i do not think there is enough room to degrease it properly. i need suggestions peoples. thanks!
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Re: degreasing?

ok i have rang a place that does it for you and they have gave me a quote of $55 dollars to degrease the engine and to give it a acid wash all the way from the engine to the diff and that includes putting it up in the hoist. is this good or what?
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sounds good aslong as they know what they're doing ofcourse eg :dont wet the dizzy an whatever else there is that dont like it and you should be good to go
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sounds good aslong as they know what they're doing ofcourse eg :dont wet the dizzy an whatever else there is that dont like it and you should be good to go
well this place says it has been established for 30 years so im hoping they do know what they are doing.
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bah my old xd I had is older than that
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Pre production XD huh?

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ok i have rang a place that does it for you and they have gave me a quote of $55 dollars to degrease the engine and to give it a acid wash all the way from the engine to the diff and that includes putting it up in the hoist. is this good or what?
souds fair it can take quite a while to do properly
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Pre production XD huh?

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came out in 79 close enough to 30
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