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DId the Sea Foam today..

And I was disappointed.. My Jeep sucked the stuff down. I let it sit for about an hour and fired it up.... I was waiting for all this smoke and I got nothing.. The truck sputtered and kept on going! LOL I guess it did something I just hope I did it right since I got no smoke.. I even had the camera ready for the action shots and warned the neighbors! I will be running it hard tommorow so I guess I will see if I feel a difference.
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i geuss i am stupid but what do u do with the sea foam
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I did it to my wifes car and it didn't smoke either. Didn't really make a difference in how it runs either. Interestingly enough it is a Chrysler must be a mopar problem.
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i geuss i am stupid but what do u do with the sea foam

You let the brake booster line suck in 1/3 of a bottle, let it sit for 10 minutes, fire it up and drive it around the block. It is supposed to clean all the carbon deposits out of the top half of your engine.
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^sounds more like theyre just really good and dont build up carbon as much..

engine could just be running really clean which is why its not smoking
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I just figured the jeep was unphazed since I have prob sucked in worse...
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I did my ranger its got 137,000 miles, no smoke came out of it either.
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100,000 on my ranger (3.0) and it only smoked for about 100 yards.
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You have to do it like I did mine Pat. Through a puddle, that will clean her out.
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I did it to my truck at 50,000 miles and smoked out the whole neighborhood!! It smoked for like 20 minutes. You are only suppose to let it sit for 10 minutes.
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Mine smoked like a diesel for a LONG TIME. It was way over 10 miinutes of full smoking at 2k rpsm
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