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with all the electronics in the Karma, I would strongly recommend NOT power washing the engine. I clean mine with a damp cloth sometimes with a little grease cleaner on the cloth. Power washing a "modern" engine could create a host of problems that will be impossible to diagnose.
 

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Is there rally a need to do this?
I never cleaned my engine of any of my cars.
Or do you live in a really dusty environment?

Btw: I never have been asked to open the engine compartment of my Fisker.
 

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Thanks Everyone. My main reason to ask how to clean the engine was because I am taking the car to a local car show here in Fresno, CA tomorrow. And the engine was really dusty.
Here where I live in central ca (Fresno, CA) it gets very dusty in the summer time because of all the ag land around us.

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Damp rag, microfibre. Then i finish off the rubber and plastic with a light, light coating of tire shine, but only once I get to the car show. Our Karma won third place last year in San Diego, with no modifications. Speaks to the styling by Mr. Fisker!
 
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