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I own a beautifull 1500, well it is on the outside but under the seat looks not so clean. How can you clean under there without ruinging any electronics?
 

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Spray a cloth with pledge and go to it.
 

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When I had to remove the fuel pump on my 1500, I used a brush attachment for my shop vac, worked great. Mel :waving:
 

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I have been known to spray the area under the seat with engine cleaner andrinse it offwith a garden hose on a nice warm day leaving the seat off until it dries in the sun. I wipe it all down after it dries to finish the job. I'm not recommending this process but I do it about once a year and haven't had any problems result yet. I do know there's a slight risk and I'm willing to repair any damage done. I doubt I'm getting anything wet that doesn't get wet when riding in the rain. For normal cleaning during the year Lemon Pledge does the job.
 
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