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How To: Seafoam Motor Treatment

Discussion in 'Engine Tech / Drivetrain DIY How-To's' started by MasterShake, Nov 4, 2006.



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  1. RonJ

    RonJ Banned

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    The arrow is pointing exactly at the hose end into which the Seafoam should be drawn. Engine vacuum will act like a vacuum cleaner to suck the Seafoam into the IM.
     
  2. Esotericimage

    Esotericimage Taking an H-T break Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    Please dont bump old 2 year old threads.
     
  3. Mugenn_civic

    Mugenn_civic New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    i didn't mean 2 bump it.. i quote failed twice lol. and couldn't delete the post so i just made it a period.....
     
  4. victorytiger

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    what about the brake booster line in a 6th gen civ?
     
  5. victorytiger

    victorytiger New Member

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    where can i find it that is...
     
  6. CIVICEXJMS

    CIVICEXJMS New Member 5+ Year Member

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    Okay so i put that seafoam in my gas tank and thats it, it has 3/4 tank of gas and im not really driving it in thw winter, just starting it. So do i still have to change the oil and plugs? i just put it in yesterday before i saw this thread. Thanks!
     
  7. CivicxTree754

    CivicxTree754 New Member Registered VIP

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    Not if you only put it in your gas tank. Re-read it says only if you put it in your crankcase.
     
  8. mrprofits1

    mrprofits1 New Member

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    awesome did it to my civic ex with 211k :cool:
     
  9. CtRHatch2985

    CtRHatch2985 MassTuning

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    I feel a lot better using on my car after reading this. Thanks for the write up
     
  10. barcasmith

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    nice write up!
     


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