Using Sea Foam to Help Pass Emissions Tests

In 45 years as an automotive and diesel technician, Richard Crabtree performed thousands of emissions tests on a wide range of vehicles in Northern California.   The reasons for vehicles that failed were just as varied: misfires, bad O2 sensors, EVAP system leaks, bad fuel caps, failed catalytic converters—all things that would trigger one or more…

SEA FOAM CASE STUDIES – GDI REVIVAL

As a veteran master technician who has seen and repaired countless automotive failures, Jim Hetherington isn’t quick to believe in simple fixes without thorough evaluation. So when Sea Foam hired the Twin Cities-based consultant to test Sea Foam Spray, claiming the product could resolve problems tied to the notorious buildup of carbon deposits in gasoline…

Sea Foam Official video: How to clean a gasoline auto carburetor intake with Sea Foam Spray

Use Sea Foam Spray to safely and effectively clean residues and deposits from intake valves, chambers and compression rings! Sea Foam Spray delivers a high concentration of petroleum cleaning solvency and lubricity to carburetor throttle valves, intake runners and valves, and chamber areas. Click here for printable instructions.   Hot Soak Instructions for Gasoline Carburetor Intakes: Getting started: Add a…

HOW 2 INSTRUCTIONS

Anyone in the engine fix business can relate to the challenges of describing how certain stuff works.  We’ve learned that diagrams and specialized application instructions can go a long way when helping our customers! Sea Foam’s HOW 2 Instructions file library was created as a 24/7 resource for helping customers with product questions.  Use to find helpful descriptions, instructions and…