Engine Flush: Are They Dangerous?
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Easy way to flush your engine for $25
Here in this video I will show you how I flush the engines on my cars without using chemicals that will damage your engine. This is safe to do on any car / truck that has a gasoline engine. I WOULD NOT ADVISE TRYING THIS ON A DIESEL AND I HAVE NEVER DONE SO MYSELF!
Liqui Moly Pro Line Engine Flush Review Part 1
Part 2 Follow Up here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J9ZW1T1rZU Part 3 Second Flush on fresh oil here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ikg6nWru954