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I've always just hit everything with the pressure washer. Usually run it around 190 degrees and 1000 psi. Cleaner is usually one from Karcher. I prefer butyl based cleaners on the really nasty stuff. Anti-corrosion agent helps. I will cover and avoid directly hitting electronic controls. Be careful with the pressure as you are usually working close to things with the nozzle. Do not use a turbo nozzle!
I've cleaned many vehicles and pieces of equipment many times over the years this way and never had a problem. There are just not enough hours in the day to deal with all the mess and grime we generate on the farm any other way.
2006 3500 QC Laramie, 4WD, DWR, LWB, G56, American Force 19.5's w/ XDS2 drives and XZE steers, Flowmaster cat back, Pacbrake, ARB compressor, custom fuel filter setup, Superhitch Magnum 30k.