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Can The Engine Flush With Water
- Jun 02, 2018 -

Summer has arrived, I do not know if you have such a feeling, when the car can always smell a smell of smell, especially after the rainy day, this taste is more strong.

We always thought it was the reason why the air conditioning filter was not cleaned or replaced, but have you ever thought of another possibility?

Faced with this situation, many owners expressed their reluctantly, because the rotten stuff was only washed with water, but can the engine wash with water?

Some people are worried about the engine entering the water. The engine is flushed with water. Accidentally, the water enters the engine from the intake port, and the engine is scrapped when it starts. From the experience of driving the waste car once again after the wading and flameout of the vehicle, this idea is not bad.

And some people think it's okay. Why are those off-road vehicles overflowing with the body's water? The water will enter the engine compartment from the intake grille, so the engine can be flushed with water.

These two ideas are relatively supportive for most old drivers, while newcomers agree with the first one. What is the right point?

To this end, Xiao Dong can be said to be a headache, but from the habit of using cars from small Dong Ziji, it is more likely to agree with the idea that the engine can be washed with water (and it also shows that Xiao Dong is now one of the old drivers). However, without evidence, no one can convince anyone. There are many accidents. Perhaps I am lucky.

So, today, let's talk about it.

How does water get into the engine?

The engine can be said to be a highly precise mechanical component, and each assembly with a washer, sealing ring, etc., even the oil can not flow out of the instrument, is it possible to penetrate the water?

Of course, it's not possible, unless your engine seal has become a big problem, but this kind of engine usually belongs to the kind of broken machine that breaks down, jitter, and flameout!

As long as it is a good engine, it can not be infiltrated, but water may still enter the engine compartment. Why?

Maybe, because the engine has two ports, one outlet and one inlet, which is what we often call intake and exhaust.

And the water is from here to the engine!

Many cars have different air intake arrangements according to the layout of the engine, but the exhaust is mostly uniform and hung at the rear. When the engine is flameout, the water will be ignited after the water is flameout. It is not the intake water, but the intake of the exhaust port.

So it's not going to be flushed out