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U.S.S. Rust

Discussion in '7th Generation Honda Civic (2001-2005)' started by CivicVP, Sep 30, 2017.



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  1. CivicVP

    CivicVP New Member

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    Hi guys. I'm not really a car expert by any means but I'm currently figuring out how to adjust the belt tensioner because the AC/alternator belt seems to be squealing.

    In any case, I got this car from up north and apparently they didn't bother to wash down the undercarriage so it has a lot of corrosion! Now that I've rescued the car and brought it to somewhere in the South where roads are not salted, what can I possibly do to remove the existing rust and/or slow future rust. I was chipping away small bits of metal from the steering assembly with my screwdriver. I've heard that using vinegar can clean away rust.

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