Fuel injector cleaning





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Published on Oct 30, 2010

I discovered an injector cleaning vid here on youtube, so I thought I'd make one specifically for XJ owners and the popular 703 swap.

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Seafoam is probably best used as a fuel additive.  Will it clean injectors when it's going right through them?  Yup.
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That's not really how the syringe should be used.
Garry Gemmell
Clever stuff!
1 CC = 1 mL :)
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parisianwolf _
Very good video !
stock evo
this guy sounds like charlie scheen!! lol
Joe Salas
thanks, this is just what I needed..!!!
Oozora Tsubasa
i just realized im too stupid for this video...
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Beginning manifold vacuum hot: 13.5-14 inHg Added Seafoam to my gasoline.  Took the car out on the highway for 5 miles out and 5 miles back, doing about 80mph in the far left lane in 4th gear most of the time. Back to the garage, Ending manifold vacuum hot: 17.5 inHg.  WHY? Why did my fan belt start slipping immediately after I started the motor for the first time after adding Seafoam to my gas?   I remember cringing at the noise it was making (not knowing what it was, it was different than the way loose belts normally sound because the belt was brand new), while at the same time marveling at how much better the engine's pickup was.  Yes, it was the belt slipping on the pulley from the torquier motor and this was every time I put the throttle down.  That belt was tight enough for the way the motor ran before Seafoam but not after.  WHY? Seafoam gets blamed for causing noises under the hood after using it, and yeah it caused a noise under my hood too. You'll have to excuse my own anecdotal evidence that it works is good enough for me and deniers look like idiots I'm sorry to see.   Does it work for everyone?  Hell no.  Is what's presented in this video far more comprehensive?  Hell yes.  I should pull the injectors on my car and inspect them and either have them professionally cleaned, or replace them outright.   But if you're a random person with some carbon buildup who's too irreligious to buy a $7 can of Seafoam and try it first before belaboring yourself into hundreds or thousands of dollars of expense and hours of smelly and even dizzy work, I don't know what's wrong with you broski.
Michael A
3:10 into the video is the BEST PART of the VIDEO - LMAO every time I watch this video! And 4:56 isn't bad either!
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