August 2, 2006how hard is it to waterproof a carburated motor? i dont want to go to the point of going through the firewall with the airfilter but like all the electronics and stuff. what should i do with that stuff?
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August 3, 2006what kinda vehical do you have? ive offroaded 80s chevys all my life and never had to do anythign with the elctrical. ive been stuck up to the manifolds. the fuse box almost under water and that sucker still ran. but you can basicly get anything wet under the hood without it stalling out. just like steam cleaning a engine
August 3, 2006its my 85 wagoneer. i just wondered about the electronics because my moms 2000 expy if you get the coils wet or any of the electrical stuff wet it runs like crap. it gets a miss
August 4, 20062 words: MARINE GREASE!!!!
Take all of your connections and slather that grease on there. you'll be good to go.
I went a step further on my old F150. I RTV'd the dizzy cap. Worked like a charm. On those old inline 6'ers you gotta do something to keep the water off of them because of how low the dizzy sits in the engine block. If you fancy fabbing up some junk you can make a snorkle out of PVC. A few people on here have done it, just have to do some searching.
February 13, 2007silicone. dielectric grease(FOR SPARK PLUGS), coffie can, heater hose, and good ol duck tape. thats all u need to make it water proof
February 15, 2007Dielectric grease is all I have ever used on the pickup. Seems to work well. Mainly on my sensers and electronic transmision.