Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
Okay, I need to clean my AEM Synthetic DRYFLOW Intake filter, I seen something and they said I need a cleaning solution and fill a bucket with water not past the neck and I need a cleaning solution to mix with water. Can I use anything else?
I found this out today cause I was gonna clean mine. All you need is to use a mild detergent with warm water thats it. You can also get a bottle of like simple green and spray it on, let it sit for a minute or two and put it in the warm water, do not overflow the water into the filter. After that move it around so the dirt comes off and change the water and do it again but with only water, when there is no more dirt time to let it dry. After that put it on, Good luck with that laterz
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Yeah that does work, I already did it but since you're right on the money yeah. You can even just use dish soap. Just measure the to not overfill"
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