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Old 01-28-2012, 09:11 AM   #1
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Sea foam ?

What is it? What is it used 4? Can it hurt ur car? Thanks n advance
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Re: Sea foam ?

alot of people love it, you run it tru your vacuum lines and shut the car off for a bit then start er up for a smoke show haha youtube that, but i have heard it can clog your cats and a really dirty motor
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I thought it was supposed to clean ur engine?
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I thought it was supposed to clean ur engine?
Ya once it enters your vacuum line it going into the intake and cleans it that way, or you put it in your fuel or oil
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It is designed to clean your engine. In my opinion, unless you use it all the time, it runs the risk of moving big deposits around in the engine. If these deposits get in the wrong places you could cause serious problems. I know lots of people like it but I really don't unless it is used at least once an oil change to prevent deposits from getting big enough to hurt anything.
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