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Seafoam--can't believe what it did to my engine!!

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10:12   |   Mar 11, 2017

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  • work on. The injectors need cleaned out
  • so I'm going to put a can of seafoam of
  • the tank I have a sticking lifter so I'm
  • going to put a can inside the the
  • uhm crankcase see if that helps some and
  • awesome of us try to clean out some of
  • the carbon deposits on the cylinder so
  • today's going to be an experiment we're
  • going to try out sort of a triple c
  • fellow treatment additionally after we
  • do the seafoam i'm going to drain the
  • world i'm going to try some lucas
  • heavy-duty oil stabilizer to see if that
  • will help quiet down the lifters. Ok so
  • this seafoam says clean fuel injectors
  • and carb debts due to deposit build-up
  • control moisture in fuel so this stuff's
  • supposed to work on the injectors so i'm
  • going to put a can of this inside the
  • tank supposed to take one ounce per
  • gallon and i have approximately 16
  • gallon this is a 16 ounce can
  • I'm going to go ahead and start the
  • engine so you can hear the amount of
  • noise these lifters are making but the
  • lifters do make a lot of noise and I
  • think it's probably due to a lot of
  • we're honest this engine has has about a
  • hundred and sixty seven thousand miles
  • you
  • you
  • so I changed this oil not long ago and
  • according to the seafoam instructions I
  • can add one ounce per quart of oil
  • either before and after an oil change so
  • I want to just see how dirty this world
  • looks right now and then i'm going to
  • put the sea foam in it and drive a few
  • hours and see if there's any difference
  • in in coloration this doesn't look too
  • bad it's sort of hard to tell but this
  • doesn't look like it's a really black
  • oil the cord be instructions I'm
  • supposed to add one ounce per quart of
  • oil so I'm going to go ahead and add
  • five ounces to my measuring cup okay
  • right at five ounces I'm go ahead and
  • add my five ounces of seafoam into the
  • crankcase the next step is to put the
  • sea foam spray into the top of the
  • engine and as it's running and according
  • to instructions I'm supposed to run the
  • engine it's already warmed up and I'm
  • supposed to run it a little bit above
  • the idol so somewhere around 1,500 rpms
  • I'm supposed to spray the entire can
  • until the can runs out and once the can
  • runs out I'm supposed to shut it off and
  • basically hot soak it for a while first
  • thing I need to do is remove the intake
  • hose
  • hey the can is empty I noticed towards
  • the end of spring the seafoam into the
  • engine I was starting to get a lot of
  • smoke out the exhaust so this is an
  • oil-based product or petroleum based
  • products a lot of us just oil burning
  • off hopefully some of that was the
  • carbon deposits on this on the Pistons
  • that's burn it off but soon we will find
  • out one thing I want to point out is the
  • throttle plate was extremely full of
  • carbon deposits and the seafoam did a
  • really good job of cleaning up the
  • carbon deposits now the metal is not
  • real shiny so there's some traces of
  • carbon left on the throttle plate but it
  • really broke up a lot of carbon deposits
  • during the time I was spraying it
  • against the throttle plate it's been
  • right at about ten minutes so I'm gonna
  • go ahead and start the truck
  • it's been about 24 hours since I treated
  • the engine with seafoam and sort of
  • recap what we've done we've added
  • seafoam to the tank we may add a seafoam
  • to the crankcase and also we've done the
  • treatment for the intake for the day
  • what I want to do is I want to pull the
  • dipstick look at the oil and see what it
  • looks like see how dark it is
  • additionally I want to drain the oil and
  • get a closer look at it so to me the oil
  • looks a lot darker than did yesterday ok
  • I'm going to give us send you to start
  • again I haven't decision has not been
  • started in quite some time to the engine
  • is the engine is very cold and it's
  • probably about 45 degrees in the shots
  • go to make any noise it's going to
  • rattle you're going to hear
  • a lot quieter as far as the lifter I
  • don't hear the lifter at all there's a
  • little bit of a slight tick I hear
  • inside the engine but very very slight
  • this thing's way better and I could tell
  • after doing the treatment yesterday that
  • I had a lot more low end power before it
  • would stall out very easily as the
  • standard shift and just trying to take
  • off it just had very low end power so
  • I'd have to really get the RPMs up this
  • is the oil i just finished draining out
  • of the crankcase I realized this is not
  • a scientific way to look at this oil a
  • scientific approach would be to send
  • this off to an oil lab and have it
  • analyzed for the chemical properties but
  • what I will say is just look at the
  • world it's very dark this is well it
  • only has three hours on it so my belief
  • is that a lot of the sludge inside the
  • engine has been freed up and has been
  • drained out of the oil pan and also what
  • I'll say as I added about 5 ounces of
  • the seafoam and one thing it did not do
  • it did not destroy the thickness of the
  • oil the oil still seems to flow so now
  • I'm going to put in four quarts of oil
  • and then of course one quart of the
  • Lucas. Stuff is pretty thick!
  • Wow look at that stuff, seems to really
  • stick
  • supposed to slow oil leaks it's
  • supposed to um, it has all kinds of things
  • it's supposed to do; reduces friction for
  • less wear, higher fuel mileage and more
  • power, and ensures against oil
  • breakdown in case of overheating,
  • extends life at least fifty percent
  • slows blow by for less pollution and oil
  • contamination, raises oil pressure
  • or will not sludge or varnish. Alright,
  • just finished adding the new oil and the
  • Lucas, let's see how this engine runs
  • continue
  • it is running a lot better i am really
  • impressed with this Lucas oil treatment
  • as well as Seafoam. If you've got an
  • engine that you've just about given up
  • on, I'd recommend you to throw a few
  • dollars at those products and just to
  • see if it helps. I honestly did not think
  • it would work either one of these
  • products and, as a disclaimer just so you
  • know, I bought these products on my own. I
  • am not receiving any commercial
  • sponsorship from any any sort of company
  • including I'm not receiving any sort of
  • sponsorship from either Lucas or from
  • the Seafoam manufacturers. So I
  • just wanted to try this out on this old
  • Ford Ranger and I am extremely impressed
  • the engine is running much better so hey,
  • thank you for joining today and I hope
  • you will come back for more videos. Thank
  • you

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Does SeaFoam actually work in a vehicle? The ultimate test---a 30-year old truck with noisy lifters and horrible oil pressure! This engine sounds like a 1990s era diesel! Did this stuff work? The video will provide proof!