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Old 07-09-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Seafoam?

I've heard alot of things about it. Most of what I heard was good but I'm wondering what y'all think. Would you recommend it? If so what do I do with it?
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It's good stuff, just did a Seafoam cleaning. About 100 miles before your next oil change put 1/3 of the can into your oil, 1/3 into your gas tank and find a vacuum line before your intake and let it suck it into your intake. Slowly so you don't stall your engine, when it's all in turn off your car and let it sit for 5 minutes. Than start your car and rev it to around 2500rpm for about 10 minutes and than drive your car for another 10 minutes
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Alright thanks man
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I have used it a lot sometimes I see resulted ssometimes I dont
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I have ran half a bottle in the gas tank and half in the oil. I ran a whole other bottle thru the intake manifold. Runs like a champ. They also make a cleaner for hydraulic systems .i.e powersteering and auto trannys. Did that to my power steering and auto in my truck. Didn't notice a difference lol
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They have a different one for the other stuff. Also putting in oil isn't need I did on mine and nothing came out. The higher end oils keep our cars clean
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I have ran half a bottle in the gas tank and half in the oil. I ran a whole other bottle thru the intake manifold. Runs like a champ. They also make a cleaner for hydraulic systems .i.e powersteering and auto trannys. Did that to my power steering and auto in my truck. Didn't notice a difference lol
We're did you put it in your intake.. You have a v6 right?
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Yeah man. On the driverside firewall is the brake master cylinder and booster. There is a big black hoes coming from your intake to your brake booster, use that hose. Unplug it from your booster side and the hose will fit into the bottle of sea foam, but don't just pour it in. Ya gotta let the motor just "sip" it. Also as soon as you pull off that hose from the booster plug the hole with your thumb or your motor will die. A lot of smoke should come out and it kinda stinks too lol like someone said earlier after the bottle is empty turn off your engine and let it sit for 10-15 min. Then I alway start it up and drive it like I stole it but people may have different ideas about that.
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