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4.0L OHV & SOHC V6 Tech General discussion of 4.0L OHV and SOHC V6 Ford Ranger engines.

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Old 08-04-2011
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So...how nasty was the oil after running the sea foam through it?
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It won't hurt it to throw in the oil every once in awhile. Oil comes out sorta foamy and darker.
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^^^^^ That's funny! I'm going to do that to my wife's car and not tell her what it does and be like holy **** Honey call the fire department I think your car is going to blow up!!!! She is going to kill me, I'm so doing it....
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i always wanted to do this to my dub when i found out about it. never did though cause i was scared of how big the cloud might get.
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I always wanted to know how bad the old 77 next door would smoke. it's a real piece of art. xD 574,000KM on it never been seafoamed.

I think I'm going to do this when I change my oil in a few weeks.
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The Deep Creep is the same formulation as the Seafoam, but in a spray can.

I like to spray that through the brake booster hose instead of sucking Seafoam through it - just gives a bit better control of the amount going into the intake.

Haven't had any doubts about recommending Seafoam to anyone with fuel problems - if it solves the problem, all well and good, and at the very least, it'll clean out the fuel delivery system, injectors, valves and cylinders.

PS: I've never tried the Seafoam throught the crankcase either, since I regularly change the oil at every 5000 km (about 3,000 miles) but I may try it soon since I'm approaching the 500,000 km mark (about 300,000 miles), and at this point, it's surely not going to hurt anything.

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