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djsmoove 09-07-2011 09:20 PM

seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
i need some helo with seaffoam.. the only reason is cause i didnt have the white smoke out of the tailpipe... i out it in the gas tank and alsoo the oil let it rev up and hlp at 3000 rpm for a while but nothing as for smoke.. all the youtube vids peoople have smoke comming out.... what does this mean.. i plan on changin oil sunday and wanted to give the car a lil treatmet b4 i did... can i have come feedback on this please my aturn gurus lol
also plan on wires and plugs too sunday..

SCpunk2001 09-07-2011 11:13 PM

Re: seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
If you're asking how to use it, the Seafoam rep was giving a lecture on it and said the best route to go was to put 1/3 in the gas tank, alittle more than 1/3 in the oil, and the rest in the vacuum line to the intake. Said the vacuum line was important to blow out a hell of a lot of carbon.

Saturninin 09-08-2011 02:38 AM

Re: seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
what you do is dump a can of seafoam in vacuum lines (in the middle of town)
and then hit the gas hard, you'll see the carbon :P

djsmoove 09-08-2011 07:03 AM

Re: seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
might be a dumb question but where is the vacume line at? the hose connected to the air intake ? im still learnung so dont laugh at me

dcc81187 09-08-2011 08:55 AM

Re: seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
When i do it i prefer to take off the egr valve and run it through there. just make sure you pick the right side or it blows it back in your face

alordofchaos 09-08-2011 09:30 AM

Re: seafoam in 2000 sc2 help
You can pull the hose off the PCV valve and suck it up through there; keep the rpms at around 2k while doing this. I poured the seafoam into one of those disposabal aluminum pans to make it easier to suck up

As for the smoke - while I am sure the seafoam is helping somewhat, AFAIK no one has ever tested to see how much is from engine gunk, and how much of that smoke is the seafoam that was just sucked into the engine :)

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