I just picked up a new fuel filter to try my luck with the infamous plastic clips. Also some new spark plugs and wires. I plan to run the Seafoam through the brake booster tomorrow, then replace the plugs and wires. I am going to use the rest of it in my gas tank. Should I put the Seafoam in the gas tank before or after I change out the fuel filter? I'm thinking after, because it might give more of a chance to get to my injectors.
Not to change subject or thread jack but, when you seafoam are you supposed to change your spark plugs afterwards?
From what I've read, it is a good thing to do.
Originally Posted by korey89
After you Seafoam you change your fuel filter. Read the bottle lol
Aww, come on, I'm lazy! Thanks for the info, guess the filter will wait till next weekend. Woohoo!
Originally Posted by Rolldogg
Your neighbours will love you while that snake oil, I mean Seafoam, works it's way out. Smoke city.
Haha, last night was a beautiful night, so alot of people were sitting out on their porches. I got so many weird looks driving around the block multiple times at 20 miles per hour, I'm surprised the cops didn't show up.
"going to use the rest and put it in my gas tank" aka.... less than 10oz. you pour 1/3 - 1/2 the bottle down the intake, the rest in the tank.... so less than 10oz in the tank. i say it won't matter if your replace filter before or after that little bit of seafoam in your tank.
Gotcha, even if you said otherwise, it'd be too late. I dumped it in today before picking up my new tires... Figure running it through for 50+ miles would be a good thing.
Today the spark plugs were a pain in the *** as always to change. I get so worried with the front one on the driver side, it always threads in tighter than the others and I'm worried about cross threading the block. No problems as of yet.