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      11-09-2021, 08:18 PM   #1
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engine bay wash

thoughts on this,

I was concerned that water was somehow getting into parts and shorting out or grounding cables and messing up the battery, as all probability was that battery was killed by the dashcam,

I'm wondering on engine bay cleaning by a detailer,

am a bit nervous, but any thoughts on whether I should do it OR do it myself
or any specific instructions I can give them to avoid any problems.

It has been raining since new battery and no probs !

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      11-09-2021, 08:40 PM   #2
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From what I've read in your previous posts I'd trust this to a detailer that has experience cleaning engine compartments. Some avoid this task. Good luck!
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txs and your reply was most appreciated
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I'd suggest going to the detailer as well. It's the best option to avoid mistakes during the cleaning process.
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