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Old 03-14-2012, 07:09 PM
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I see people using WD-40 under their hood a lot, but it collects dust like a magnet

Under my hood i have granules of sand, as well as dust everywhere, i drive in the desert a lot, both on paved & unpaved roads
I could use my air compressor to blow the heavy stuff off, but i don't think i want to use a foaming engine cleaner & then a water hose with a spray nozzle to wash it off.
I used that on my 1956 chevy 1/2 ton, but it didn't have computers & sensors everywhere

I will be watching this thread with interest
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