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    Has anyone actually used seafoam in the vaccuum lines? I just happened to randomly think about it at work after adding some to my gas/oil on the TRD. ohh yea the turd hass 222218 miles on it and now a buddy of mine has totally got the SAS idea in his head... now all I get in my emails are axles, upon axles upon axles..never ends. oh well guess I get a new project
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    Default Re: Seafoam?

    yes. on 6 different vehicles throughout the years. never a problem.
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    Default Re: Seafoam?

    Soon as I posted that I left for work and thought I should I have just asked highwaylizard... but whats done is done. I've been using it in my oil and gas in teh turd for awhile just never did it in the vaccuum lines, and I got curious.
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    I have used seafoam in my truck and I have used Berrymans B12 one seems to work as good as the other, they can be used for the same applications and hell they both smell the same but I do think you get 1 more oz. of seafoam. I guess my piont is there must be something I am missing because seafoam is about 2-3 times higher around here and for my money I usually use a can of Berrymans.
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    Default Re: Seafoam?

    I love seafoam, its always a party when using it.

    I have seen some light smoke from the exhaust and the truck generally runs better after using the sea foam and doing an oil change. Seems to idle smoother.

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    Default Re: Seafoam?

    I sea-foamed my 02. It did seem to run smoother at idle. Had a blast smoking out the neighborhood btw. haha Sorry neighbors! That was the 3rd vehicle that day, But anyways. When I unplugged the main line from the booster, the idle dropped, of course. Poor it in slow, the truck should try to die (Mine did) I've got a flowmaster super 44, dumped AT the back of the cab. It sounds like a cammed out big block when the vacuum line is off. But I did get a check engine light, obviously from the misfires and vacuum leak. But either let it go away, or unplug the battery for 45 minutes after your done. On the can I got, it literally said drive aggressively after using. Gets the carbon out, and the cats nice and hot.

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