Question about 2006 Chevrolet Avalanche
Posted by Anonymous on
Emission controls are sensitive and washing engines can sometimes aggravate things.
A dirty engine isn't necessarily a bad running engine. But, when you pressure wash or even hose it down, gremlins can appear as water enters cracks and crevices in the wiring and accumulates in plenums in the engine compartment.
I would have the engine codes pulled on the OBD-II system to see what is awry, and diagnose the system from there.
Good luck to you.
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