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Which vacuum line goes to all cylinders

I just bought myself some seafoam to try and unstick one of my lifters, i need to feed it to all of my cylinders as per directions, do you know which vacuum line I can pull to feed all cylinders??

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Help guys I want to try and do this today.
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pull the vac. line off the power brake booster.
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To be of any benefit trying to free up a stuck lifter you'd need to put it in your oil. For cleaning the top end (valves, combustion chambers, etc.) I think most have used the Vac line running to the power brake booster.
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OK I can do that thanks man.
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Just put a half pint into oil and other half into the top end via the brake booster vac line.

going to wait an hour or two until I drive the **** out of it.

will let you guys know.
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I gained 20 miles to my tank and it feels like it runs al ittle smoother!

I recomend this stuff to everyone.
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Change your oil as soon as you can.
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All good calls.
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Ya, im going to change my oil in the next couple of days.
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