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Old 05-11-2009, 08:12 PM   #1
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Default if you were to get dirt in your engine. What is the best way to get it out???

just wondering. I don't have any in there. But i never know when i will.
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flush it out with Coors Light...
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moonshine works too
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There is a search button for a reason. You have made a new thread for every question that pops in your head. Most of the answers can be found quickly with a simple search.
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There is a search button for a reason. You have made a new thread for every question that pops in your head. Most of the answers can be found quickly with a simple search.
Gotta agree! You already had a thread about this and got a bunch of responses.

As for the question, best way to get dirt out of your engine is to keep it out. Keep your filter clean, and secure. Clean areas around openings before you remove any part of the engine, including the glow plug. There is no reason for dirt to get into your engine!
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Change your panty hose more often!!

Crash-I know your not a drinker but seriously.... We would never waste perfectly good beer like that!!
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Change your panty hose more often!!

Crash-I know your not a drinker but seriously.... We would never waste perfectly good beer like that!!
take his advice. He likes to wear dresses often. lol
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take his advice. He likes to wear dresses often. lol
Who is this guy??? But I have never been wheeled buy a dude in a moo moo!!
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Rob- This smile looks like you!!
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Rob- This smile looks like you!!
i don't look like that when I smile just when I drive a toy car. you may have wheeled my in a dress, but I wheeled you with one eye lol.
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The dirt might be good for it. It might absorb some of the water that got in there.
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Crash-I know your not a drinker but seriously.... We would never waste perfectly good beer like that!!

Coors light is a good beer? :barf
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Coors light is a good beer? :barf
It is NOT acceptable to complain about free beer... it IS however, ok to comment on the temperature.

And Coors light isn't good beer... but it is more acceptable than MOST "light beer."

Now... New Belgian Brewing Company's "Abbey" is GOOD beer!
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