Air line alcohol, yes. It's like a mixture of 90% alcohol and 10% coolant. It will clean out the air lines for you.
All you need to clean is the valve on the back side of the transmission for the splitter. The rest will clean itself. The valve gets "goop" in the valley where the o-rings are and it sticks instead of sliding back and forth like it should. When you clean it out, it won't stick anymore. That is why air line alcohol is best to use because it cleans the water out and moisturizes from the petroleum in it. It does 2 jobs basically.
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