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Old 08-19-2005, 02:18 PM
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hi guys i just filled up my truck today it only took $47.00.....but its fill know i had to work my butt off to make money to fill it....anyways after i filled it up i wentr to advance auto only because my wife works there i brought a can of seafoam and dumped it all in my gas tank.....i wantr to know what this stuff does my truck seems to be running ok....i just wanted to drop a bottle of seafoam into gas...ive heard you can dump it into your oil too is that correct??whats it do?? ive heard alot of people use seafoam but i never have till today would it hurt anything if i put a can in every so often like maybe twice a year or something like that...what do you guys think im sure theres some on here that has used seafoam....thanks alan
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this is a pretty informative thread on the subject...

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/sh...hlight=seafoam
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Huh...sounds like interesting stuff. I have some issues in my truck tlike those in that thread, I'll have to try this out.
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well i filled up truck again today and added another bottle of seafoam in the gas i also dumped half of one down oil when i changed oil... i also took the vaccum hose off the brake booster and sucked the rest into motor..before i did this it was kind of missing/running rough in idel... know it purrrrs like a kitten running much better and smoother..some black stuf did come out of the tailpipe not alot....should i do this again or is it good enough....what kind of notice should i be getting out of doing this??mpg??i must say this is one awesome website..i get alot of good information off of here and i get alot of help and everyone answers my questions.... thanks guys....alan now to talk my wife into joining... she does more searching on here then me somtimes andloves to tinker with the truck!!!

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man, just a lil black stuff? when i did mine, i let it sit for bout 10 min after i did it, and started it, looked like a 20 year old deisel going up a hill at full throttle.
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my wife stays ontop of me to take good care of this truck... she workes at advanced auto and has all kinds of tricks and gadgets she want to do or try on the truck!!! i am lovin me some advanced auto!!!!she gets a 20% discount but its only for family......so advance auto is my auto store know....

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