Spray, scrub, rinse, dry, repeat
With the airbox off the car, I’d be remiss if I didn’t do some detailing on the engine. There are a couple of things to be concerned about when detailing the engine of an early 308.
The first is moisture. While moisture is essential to actually clean the engine, there are plenty of places you don’t want moisture to get… the spark plugs and extenders, the
The second thing to be careful with is the chemicals you are using. The 308’s block and heads are unpainted
My cleaner of choice is a spray bottle of Simple Green and some elbow grease followed up with a spray bottle of water to rinse and then compressed air to dry. Now Simple Green can attack
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