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Cleaning help!!

I swapped my lude on spring break and the engine bay is a bit messey. I just wanted to know if i could get some help and tips on cleaning this baby out. Here are some pictures of how the bay looks now.
Thanks in advanced!

IM Area

Head

Wire Meash by the fuse box

Left side of the engine bay

Right side

Entire Front

Car =]
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ENG: The OFFICIAL guide to a clean engine bay thread!!



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