I’ve heard that when an engine is flooded with water, one way to clean it is draining the engine oil, transmission oil, etc and then filling all those with diesel fuel, and letting it set. Then draining again. I DON’T mean starting and running the engine, just let it set a few days, then drain again. This isn’t about sludge, or even only cars, but ANY internal combustion engine that burns gasoline. Has anyone tried this? Did it seem to work? I don’t have a flooded engine at this time, but recently worked on one, and I have seen equipment rental place that flooded do this. Thanks!
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