Seafoam 2001 Dodge Neon SE
Seafoam 2001 Dodge Neon. This is the second time I have done it to this
car. I usually try to do it every 30,000 miles and I get the same results
you see in this video. Please comment with any questions! Thanks for
Pull off Brake Booster hose
Start Engine and suck in 1/3 of Seafoam can while giving throttle to the
engine so it doesn't stall.
Let the engine start at the last bit of Seafoam.
Wait 15 minutes
Put remaining cleaner in both the gas tank (1/3) and oil (1/3)
Start your engine and give it some throttle so it doesn't stall out.
Rev up and down the Rpm range to burn out the cleaner and carbon.
Once most of the white smoke is out, drive the car at high rpms to get it
really hot and complete the cleaning process.
This video is about my method. I am not responsible for any damage done to
your vehicle after performing this method. Please understand your car and
read the Seafoam label to make sure you are doing this method properly.
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