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Old 07-14-2018, 10:35 PM   #1
origin8dontimit8
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Default Just got my Impreza back from the shop..

About a week and a half ago I cracked the head replacing an oil pressure switch and decided just to have the head gaskets replaced.

After getting it back today I've noticed a slight delay in the the throttle and a low idle rate that I do not believe was this bad when I initially took the car in. When pulling into my driveway it seemed to stall after I put it in park and turned off the headlights.

Also, there's an oily substance in my engine bay, which I think is pressure washer fluid, but I'm not sure. Can I just rinse this off with water or something? It's burning in the engine bay and smells pretty bad, so I was thinking of taking out the battery and spraying it down quickly with a hose to try to get rid of some of that stuff.
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Old 07-14-2018, 10:49 PM   #2
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Spray it down if you want or just let it burn off. No need to remove the battery.

Drive the car for a while and let the ECU adapt. Disconnecting the battery, as the shop likely did, will only prolong this process.
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