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Yes, SeaFoam is great, used it in my Dakota 4.7L.... If you are going to change your sparkplugs do the seafoam first then change them out so you dont foul up the new plugs with the crap it removes from your engine.
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I've used it in my motorcycle that I don't have the chance to ride very often (bought it new in August '06 and it's got a lil over 3200 miles on it today).

I've found it helps to avoid the gumming up of my throttle body, and injectors, though it's not a fix all

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I've used it with much success, did the pour slowly in the vacuum line, wait a few, then restart. I did it at about dark thirty cause it smokes like a chimney.
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