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injectors 7.3

Hi there, I have a 96 ford 7.3 , someone told me to use seafoam has any one had any luck with this?
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you posted in the wrong section. move it to the fluids forum, and you might get more replies.

but to answer your question, fill the fuel filter bowl with sea foam and it will be fine

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i use the diesel kleen in the silver bottle. i have used the seafoam on gas engines and did not see a differance.

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I just pee in the fuel filter housing, seems to do the trick.
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you posted in the wrong section. move it to the fluids forum, and you might get more replies.

but to answer your question, fill the fuel filter bowl with sea foam and it will be fine
This is the fluids forum. Seafoam is alright but its better for gas engines. Use Diesel Kleen you'll like it better.
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pour a bottle in your tank then put a tank in your oil when you change it. let it go a couple days then change it again

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I just pee in the fuel filter housing, seems to do the trick.
Did you do that on both of your 400hp forged rod motors?
You better refrain from that on your new Cummins.

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