Engine bay detailing. Learn how to Super Clean your engine bay so that it is so clean, you can eat off of it! I show you how to clean and detail the engine bay in a simple 5 step process that will NOT damage your engine or electrics!
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Have you tried this on a BMW after year 2000? Removing the battery, I mean? Or other cars that is filled with computers? DON'T REMOVE THE BATTERY!!!! Many cars newer than year 2000 will have to be connected to an external power source through the lighter connection BEFORE REMOVING the battery. If you cut the power from the battery without doing this, you must most likely have to have the car hauled to a garage and they need to restore the onboard computers. This will cost you lots of money and wasted time! NEVER disconnect the battery, it's NOT necessary to do so! You can clean the battery while it is connected, it will NOT short circuit!!! This apply to most European newer than model year 2000! The only concern is that you must avoid water on/in the computers, relay boxes and fuse boxes that is in the engine compartment! The battery is safe!
Hey Chris I followed your instructions, left the car to dry for about 13 hours before I tried starting it. It wont start now, it sounds like its about to, but wont. Any ideas here? car is a suzuki sx4 2007 hatchback
Great video, I'd go through the whole process of I had a fancy car but I don't. So I just go to Napa, get a bottle of Super Clean. Spray it on the engine (full strength) and let sit for five minutes and pressure washer it off. Done, easy
P.S. I know it supposedly is hard on plastic but I haven't see any problems yet on my truck ( year 2000 Chevy S10 )
ChrisFix and one more thing, my bosses car has a TON of bug splatter on the front. We tried bug and tar remover but it didn't help much. I looked over your vids but couldn't find one on bug removal. Do you have any advice?
It's fantastic what you do, taking cleaning to the next level. Been time poor, I spray everything including the engine bay with a water based degreaser. Let the degreaser sit for a few minutes. Use a cheap pressure cleaner, wash everything. Use a leaf blower to blow off water best as possible. Start engine, let it idle till the motor is normal operating temperature. Switch off motor, remove spark plug leads , blow out all spark plug recesses, wiring connections. Leave bonnet up for a few hours in the sun dry everything out. You will also see steam coming off engine from heat. What ever works for you, enjoy cleaning your engine folks. Cheers.
Hi Chris! Really enjoyed watching this video. It wasn't boring at all and it was instructional as well as motivating! I love the step by step explanation! Thank you so much for the time you put into making this video. Now I have a quick question if I may, if done the way you explained it and follow the step by step instructions, how long will this last? I know it may depend on how much I drive the vehicle, but on an average? Are we talking weeks or months?
Excellent, very helpful vid, thanks. One question, how best to remove heavy oil/grease deposit on the engine block. I am working on a 40+ year old MG, 4 cylinder, fairly good access, but heavy deposits. Thanks.
Dang! This is beyond words on how to get that engine compartment looking better than new! Just awesome. I feel like I can just place my car, no matter how young it is, in any Fair Auto Show just to show off the engine compartment! Beyond thanks Chris!
How to keep your engine bay clean. Buy a new car and clean it regularly. Don't throw away the old wash mitts, keep them. At the end of the wash throw the old mitt in your water, squeeze all water out and start wiping accessible areas of your bay. Every wash. When you sell it people will know you cared for the car.
wow man.. a coupe of hours ago i was planning and putting away money to take my car to a shop to get the engine detailed, Although i havent attempted it yet your video just gave me the confidence that i never had.
thank you Chris , videos are amazing. the effort you put in is just crazy. Thanks again.
You just got yourself one new subscriber. the only thing I want to point out is keep your videos really simple and more affordable. Most of your subscribers do not have a luxury tools that you have so keep it simple and inexpensive thank you
A lot of great tips and tricks here, I would've never thought to apply the trim restore like paint!! I'll save so much trouble not by not trying to use a rag or towel to apply it in all those nooks and crannies. Thanks Chris Fix!
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