Being that my car is a daily driver (but well maintained and frequently washed/waxed), it sees some salt here in Maryland.
While going through my owners manual, it says to annually flush "body drain holes".
How does one go about doing that?
I plan on making a trip to a local self serve car wash and pressure washing whatever I can see underneath. Any particular areas I should pay attention to? It's 99% rust free, so I'm really just trying to keep up on preventive maintenance. Rustproofing is not really an option right now.
I know about the area behind the front wheel well liners, but what about the rear rocker panels? Whats a thorough way to flush those out?
(P.S I get annoyed that the cougar is just a dust particle on the far right side of the banner - anyone else agree?
1996 Mercury Cougar XR7 4.6L , Vermillion
If you see a shiny red car swerving around potholes and parking 10000 miles from all the other plebeians in parking lots, then it's probably me.
Last edited by V22; 02-12-2016 at 07:36 PM.