Thread: Seafoam advice
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Old 07-10-2012, 11:02 PM
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Don't use it in the crank case unless you actually need it (i.e. lifters or valves are stuck/sticking). Due to the higher quality of fuel and oil and electronic fuel injection there really isn't a point in using a product like this if you maintain your vehicle in accordance with the owners manual. Also, if you use this product and some damage results (directly or just occurs at the same time) you are SOL on your warranty.

I do some fuel system treatment with every oil change and once half way between oil changes out of habit. This is due in part to using synthetic oil (8k between changes) and I normally use it if I get some bad gas (typically an octane booster).
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