As long as your engine block isn’t hot, is there any reason i shouldn’t pressure wash my AT? There’s a car wash right down the street from my house, but I have this intuitive sense that i shouldn’t. Thoughts?
Add wheel bearings and rear suspension pivots to the list.Just keep away from the o-ring chain - you don't want water under the seals. I pressure wash motorbikes all the time, but tend to keep away from any potentially sensitive parts - the instrument cluster, electrical stuff, carbies, exhaust pipe opening, etc....
Diffused spray from a distance that does not feel stingy to the back of your hand should be ok, as long as you do not get to close & blast certain areas near the head cluster & switches on the handle bars..I wouldn't worry about it. Use a bit of a spray instead of a tight beam of water. Don't be an idiot and spray high speed water at the instrument cluster or fusebox etc. but for most areas it shouldn't be a problem.