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    Okay so, ive never heard of this before and i'm interested in trying it. What do i have to do to make it work? Simply get my car fairly warmed up and dump it in the gastank? lol.
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      you tube has plenty of videos with many variations of the procedures.

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        I think the can tells you what to do. If not, the SeaFoam website does. Their ideal method: 1/3 in gas tank, 1/3 introduced to a manifold vacuum line, 1/3 in crankcase.

        I don't know about putting it in the crankcase but I've done the vac line and gas tank with good results. YMMV and do not take my post as reliable technical advice.

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