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Old 06-10-2013, 03:39 PM
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where to get oil additave to reduce foaming

Does anyone know where I can get any additive to reduce oil foaming, I just changed my hpop and used red high temp rtv gasket maker and the truck is running real rough now and throw's icp code. thanks
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Maybe try a better oil. You shouldn't have to "add" anything to it. It will most likely degrade some portion/property of the oil.
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What oil are you using? I use delo and mine seems to like it. Though im thinking of swapping to amsoil next oil change.
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If you just changed your hpop then you probably have air in the system that will work its way out
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Old 06-11-2013, 08:34 AM
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I use valvoline and motorcraft with zero issues
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I haven't verified these part numbers, but here you go (from my parts archive):
Antifoaming Additive (counters RTV reaction with oil)
(Fleetrite) CH1824392
(Lubrizol) 888

Cheers!
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i agree with eric, you need to drive a couple hundred miles to make sure you get all the air out
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I went to my international dealer and they looked at me like I was stupid haha. But I figured maybe something else was wrong since it wouldn't go over 10 psi boost and throw the icp code if I hold it to long, then going down the run it would start jumping and missing then it would blow out a cloud of blue but I ran the dog crap out of it for like 50 miles and I figured all the air would've been out after I changed the hpop. thanks
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just for giggles your not overfilled oil wise correct
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:39 PM
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I went to my international dealer and they looked at me like I was stupid haha.
Did you give them the Fleetrite part number? They should've been able to look it up easily. Cheers!
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