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08-23-2010 08:33 AM
GroundHawg get a bottle of seafoam. put 1/3 of the bottle in with a full tank of fuel, and 1/3 in some cheapy dino oil. when the tank is empty, fill it up with only fuel, and change out the oil with whatever you regularly use. that night, take the remaining 1/3 you have left, disconnect a vacuum line.

get another set of hands to start the jeep up and keep the rpm's at 2000 while you SLOWLY let the vacuum line suck up the seafoam. the engine will want to stall so be sure you suck it up slow, and your helper watches the rpm's. once it's all in, shut it down for the night.

in the morning, fire her up. it's going to look like the jeep is on fire. I'm talking LOADS of smoke. it'll do this a good 15 minutes. eventually though it'll stop. that's it. nice clean engine

don't do the final part in a garage or your driveway. it seriously blows a sh*tload of smoke out the exhaust, and it leaves a nasty black stain wherever the Jeep was sitting.
08-22-2010 10:59 PM
H2_recoveryteam
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Originally Posted by KBR97 View Post
kerosene....soak all the parts in a plastic tub.
Thanks for the idea!
08-22-2010 10:35 PM
KBR97 kerosene....soak all the parts in a plastic tub.
08-22-2010 10:35 PM
H2_recoveryteam
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Originally Posted by H2_recoveryteam
Well the engine is still in the jeep but i have the valve cover off and the rockers and push rods out and tomarrow i will be attempting to take the head off. Btw all of the above are caked in sluge. Hence the advice haha.
Also does anyone know if the oil pan can be dropped without pulling the engine on my 1994 2.5L YJ ?
08-22-2010 10:34 PM
H2_recoveryteam Well the engine is still in the jeep but i have the valve cover off and the rockers and push rods out and tomarrow i will be attempting to take the head off. Btw all of the above are caked in sluge. Hence the advice haha.
08-22-2010 09:47 PM
daggo66 Is the engine apart?
08-22-2010 09:05 PM
H2_recoveryteam Internal, all around my rockers and valve cover. 2.5l YJ
Thanks
08-22-2010 08:15 PM
daggo66 External?
08-22-2010 08:00 PM
H2_recoveryteam
Engine sluge and grease.

Anyone know a good product/method for engine sluge and grease removal ? Thanks for your replys ahead of time.

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