Question about 2006 Toyota Prius
Not a problem, strip her down and wash with alkaline degreaser then rinse with weak solution of Phosphoric acid (main ingredient of rust converter, get 5L 90% for $50) scrub ECU and any other un sealed electronic boards with glass cleaner, dry then spray with CRC brand 2-26 electrical spray. If you have time it can be done, no guarantees, its only scrap metal if you don't try and repair, make sure you disclose to future owners.
Posted on Apr 27, 2014
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