Originally Posted by Joser714
My friend we'll be helping me with the seafoam. I'm doing to bottles to kinda over kill it, then change the plugs and oil change
Get the Sea Foam Deep Creep use it for cleaning the throttle body and upper intake, clean this last and let it sit for twenty minutes or so before you start it.
For the following steps use one to three cans of Sea Foam depending on carbon build up.
Use half a can in your crank case and put the other half in the gas tank, preferably with a full tank of gas. Run it in the crank case no longer than 250 miles.
Now pouting this down the brake booster to intake line first the vehicle has to be up to a normal operating temperature. Then turn the vehicle off, pop off line from the brake booster, this may require some force or it may just pop off easily. With line off restart vehicle slowly pour one entire bottle down the line. Wait until your down to the last 1/3 of the bottle then shut off the vehicle and let the Sea Foam. While running the first 2/3 if can through the vehicle it will smoke heavily, possible check engine
light coming on, this is where a second person comes in hand keeping the vehicle in the 1500 to 2000 RPM range. If carbon build up seems heavy use whole can the use a second can again.
Sea Foam is an petrol based product and will not harm sensors. That being said do not spray Sea Foam Deep Creep on any sensors around intake like your Mass Air Flow sensor.
If I was changing the plugs and coil packs personally I would do that last. Best of luck and hope your cars performance issues are resolved by these simple steps.