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    Is there any magic method I can use to clean out the soap/water from the heat extractors when I wash my Hawk? Today I just gave her a quick rinse off, and hopped on the freeway to go visit a customer. When I got there, there were streaks of stuff all the way to the back of the hood coming straight out from the grilles, I guess from a past wash when I did not drive immediately.

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    After I wash my Hawk I use an electric leave blower to take most the water off and out of those places water likes to hide. Then I towel her off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by opie
    After I wash my Hawk I use an electric leave blower to take most the water off and out of those places water likes to hide. Then I towel her off.
    So, it's the magic of teh leaf blower, heh?

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    I heard of people using vaccuums there and the head and taillight areas. Depends on you. Do you prefer suck and blow? No pun intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIWS62001
    I heard of people using vaccuums there and the head and taillight areas. Depends on you. Do you prefer suck and blow? No pun intended.

    Whether leaf blower or shop vac, I still don't see where an end attachment will make a good enough seal to do the job. But, I think I'll try blowing the chambers out next wash.

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