any one here tried using seafoam in their cat?
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Cadillac Catera and Cimarron Forum Discussion, any one here tried using seafoam in their cat? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I was thinking of using seafoam to see if my gas mileage improves, since I'm only getting 350-400 km (220-250 ...
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    any one here tried using seafoam in their cat?

    I was thinking of using seafoam to see if my gas mileage improves, since I'm only getting 350-400 km (220-250 miles) to a tank.

    I was wondering if anyone here had any experiences with it.

    also, how would I add it into my engine? I'm not sure how I would be able to add it through my intake system

    Thanks

    Wayne

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    Re: any one here tried using seafoam in their cat?

    I have not used it personally, but I have heard some good and bad things about it. You want to pour it into your gas tank, if I recall correctly. Just read the back of the can. Otherwise, there's plenty of other additives too.

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    Re: any one here tried using seafoam in their cat?

    ive used it many times on other cars. i didnt pur it in the gas though, i have sucked it into the intake via a vacuum hose to clean out the IMRC's on the lincoln 4.6 motors. i think it works great, i have never had bad luck, some poeple may have i dont know, but my experience has always been good.

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