thats the plan id followasf4life said:just
1) disconnect your battery and take it out,
2) cover your intake or take out your air filter
3) In my opinion and experience you need 4 things handy when
doing htis, degreaser( Castrol, greased lightning, or engine degreaser willl work), WD-40, air blower or wet vac, and water
4) Make sure engine is warm to the touch not burning hot, and make sure all fluid caps are closed tightly. Than start spraying your degreaser everywhere. make sure not to get any on painted surfaces.
5) let the degresear work for about 2 minutes, and get a small brush and start scrubing heavy deposits of grease.
6) with hat done get your hose and with a light stream of water rinse away everything. Do not use a pressure washer.
7) once everything is thuroughly rinsed get your blower or wet vac and dry your engine fo a good 5 - 10 minutes making sure you get it in the spark plugs holes distrivutor cap and all other electrical components.
8) once you dried up everythign spray wd-40 generously all over your engine making sure to get enough on the elctrical components and harnesses
9) once you get that use ur blower all over the engine connect your battery, and turn on your engine, and you should have no problems. i used this method on every engine (about 10 cleanings) i washed with good results and never had a probelm