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Old 09-04-2012, 02:26 PM
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Where do you add Rev x?

I have a 05 excursion 6.0. Cold start up it starts quickly but runs rough for a few mins. After that it runs perfect, no smoke or leaks and idles fine. I just replaced both batteries and ordered Rev X for the oil to help with sticky injectors.

Where do you add the Rev X? I was just gona pout it down where you fill the oil but seen this video for the 6.0 on YouTube

I looked on Rev X website but couldn't find out. Where does everyone add Rev X? Thanks


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Change the oil and filter, dump it in along with the oil
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Dump it in right where you add oil.

FYI the guy in that video is a complete fugging moron
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Ok thanks. I figured I could just pour it in where you add oil. Just wanted to double check.


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Oh and if your oil change was recent no need to change oil again before you add it
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Yeah do yourself a favor and not watch or listen to anything that Bill Huit has to say. He is a complete douche bag. If you want to watch youtube videos on your 6.0l powerstroke then watch rusty aka srmastertech on youtube. He has some awesome videos about just about anything with your 6.0.
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10-4 thanks!


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I could be doing it wrong but i just dump my oil and rev-x into where the oil filter goes because its a bigger easier hole to hit. Its all going to the same place in the end anyhow.
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The only reason I watch his videos is to press the dislike button at the end. Lol He is an idiot.
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I could be doing it wrong but i just dump my oil and rev-x into where the oil filter goes because its a bigger easier hole to hit. Its all going to the same place in the end anyhow.
I never even thought of that... Now I'm curious if there's any reason not to? I don't see why you couldnt.
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