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Can anyone give me a pic or a really detailed descriptionon which vaccum line it is suppossed to go into .. because im having a really hard time finding it....
 

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its the one near the throttle body that goes into the top intake... follow that to the other side where it should hit a fitting or something and just feed it in through there
 

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The one I used is along the firewall. Go to the passenger side of the car, and go right up to your throttlebody and look for a hose that goes from your intake manifold around your throttlebody to your firewall and then to your fender. thats the one I use.
 

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any way we can still get a pic? i been planning on doing mine but too scared to put in the wrong hose
 

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if it doesnt suck it in its the wrong hose
 

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its a single port but eh... its the one that takes a 90* bend... just grab that one and use it, it will suck up seafoam no problem
 

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I would be careful with that seafoam. Running a non compressible liquid into the intake of an engine could lead to major damage if it hydraulics the engine.

Also my engine is currently apart for a rebuild and I had used sea foam in the oil to try to cure a noisy lifter problem. I found a lot of viscous tar in the oil pan, which I believe is from the sea foam.

I would use it sparingly and with caution.
 

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well you have to follow the rules, let your engine warm up, feed slowly, let sit start up again... also change oil 3-500 miles after foaming
 

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I would be careful with that seafoam. Running a non compressible liquid into the intake of an engine could lead to major damage if it hydraulics the engine.

Also my engine is currently apart for a rebuild and I had used sea foam in the oil to try to cure a noisy lifter problem. I found a lot of viscous tar in the oil pan, which I believe is from the sea foam.

I would use it sparingly and with caution.
Sounds to me like you didn't change your oil afterwards.
 

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You have to squrit it into the throttle body if you have an aftermarket intake otherwise it will spill on your feet. Did 1/3 throttle 1/3 gas. Will do the oil near the next change and still need to change my fuel filter.
 

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it should... if it spills at your feet check one of two things... your pouring it into the line and not missing... you have the right line
 
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