Re: Injector cleaner, Whats best
Hi kan. After reading this thread, I logged onto the Sea Foam site and found these directions:
1. Fill primary fuel filter with SEA FOAM. Be sure filter is fully primed to prevent air locks. This will clean injectors quickly.
2. Use 1 pint of SEA FOAM to every 25 gallons of diesel fuel to add lubricity, clean fuel lines, injector pump and remove moisture.
3. Use 1 pint of SEA FOAM to every 4 gallons of oil to clean rings and other engine parts internally. For best results, use SEA FOAM for 1 hour before oil change. Results in cleaner engines and longer oil change intervals.
This lists three 'separate' procedures for the product. I don't know about you, but it takes me about 2 hours to replace the fuel filter, so I really don't want to get into that. However, adding it to the fuel or oil just before changing wouldn't be a problem. Which of the the 3 procedures do you follow? Or do you do all three?
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