I've been dieing to try the Seafoam product out. When replacing my grungy negelected fuel filter. I should be shot,
I thought changing it at 20k would be fine, it had been about a year. Wow was it bad
I posted a picture under fuel filter at 20k, if you want to see it.
I cleaned the crap out of the bowl, you could eat out of it when I was done.
Then I poured the can of seafoam in and installed the fresh filter. The intial start went fine, however...... since then she has been difficult. I think all the crap that has been building up is now at the injectors maybe?
Should get another can or two and flush it out? I'm thinking a can a day for the next couple of days via the fuel bowl, or, just add some to the tank and let it gradually clean it out?? What I'm worried about with adding it to the tank is, it's going to loosen all the build up from the tank forward and really be in trouble.
Once she starts, she runs out fine and idles fine, its just a longer crank time that I'm experiencing.
Truck; late 99 F350 SRW, 7.3, 2wd
Glowshift pillar gauges,boost,trans,egt
Riffraff air intake kit
Intake heater delete
Python remote start/alarm
Other work horse;
Ford 3000 tractor