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Old 06-05-2016, 01:28 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, I got a 98 gt 4.6. I've heard of people putting seafood in there tank to clean out the system. Would any of you recommend using this???? Or is there a diffrent alternative. Thanks

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Go ahead. Good idea to put it in before you fill up the tank. That's what we do at my shop. If we don't use a vacuum port on the engine.
Is it not running good or something?
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Seafood lol sure seafoam is good i use it cleans it out good keeps the injectors clean

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You got fish in your fuel lines?

I also would recommend the seafoam that you spray into the throttle body and let sit for a bit.
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Yea fish in the lines. Lol. Stupid auto text. Thanks for quick response. I'm going to pick it up today..

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I normally put half of the bottle in the gas tank and the other half in a vacuum line to clean the heads. It's one of those things that it only helps if there is gunk or build up in the engine but I've used it on older high mileage cars and it definitely made a noticeable difference


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I wouldn't suggest trying to stick shrimp or lobster in your tank!.. Pretty sure the later won't fit anyways!.. Hahaha. 😜😜😜. So No Seafood for your car!..

Now Seafoam yes!.. Good for your car!.. Will clean it out!.. Just don't drink it yourself!.. It might clean Your System out, Permanently!.. Lol. 😵

Just thought we should clear that up!.. 😉


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Just make sure your car doesn't have a shell fish allergy. You should be good to go.

Now I am craving seafood.

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