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wow. seafoam really helped my car:) it is soooo smooth. thanks for all the threads on doing it. it helped a ton:):) my car runs soo much better:)
 

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well i did 1/3 in the tank. and i will eventually do the oil and vacuum line but i just changed the oil soo im gonna wait till near time to change the oil again to do it so i don't waste oil.
 

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yea, i may run a lil more in it cause i had a full tank but i can def tell a dif in it already:). um not sure i just did it today? but it seemed like it was much better from what i could tell:)
 

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yea i wasn't quite sure bout the brake booster or intake thing so i didn't do it. can someone explain how to do it?
 

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(may be a two person job) grab a funnel, take the intake tube off, rev the engine a little so it doesn't die, SLOWLY pour seafoam into throttle body, replace intake IMMEDIATELY. will make a terrible sound but it works a lot. (for intake btw)
 

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oh ok so you put it right into the throttle body? like take the cai off and poor it into the throttle body?
 

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haha, don't be alarmed when smoke starts coming out the exhaust...that's normal. I have a friend that put some in his 1993 nissan hardbody pickup and it was pretty much a smoke screen for half an hour. it was crazy
 

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well i seen that on the instructional vid. and i thought it was from putting it in the fuel. but when my didn't smoke i thought i did it wrong but it runs much better. now i know what causes it to smoke.
 
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