Sea Foam for a gas golf cart [SOLVED]

How can I use Sea Foam for a gas golf cart?

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Jim D.
Jim D.
10 months ago

Hi Dennis. Sea Foam will work great when added to a golf cart’s fuel tank! When added to fuel, Sea Foam works to clean suspended fuel gums and varnish that often develop in the engine’s carburetor.  If using for the first time, add half a can to the fuel tank and operate as normal. For small engines, it’s common to notice an improvement within 20 or so minutes.  If dealing with common gum or varnish problems, expect the engine to start easier and run smoother by the time the tank needs more fuel.

1 month ago

Can you do the hot soak on carbureted motors in golf carts? If yes, how?

Conner Kranz
1 month ago
Reply to  Greg

Yes! You can use Sea Foam Spray through the carburetor throat. Here’s the basic idea:

With engine running and straw inserted into carburetor throat, spray short bursts of Sea Foam Spray until 2 to 4 ounces are used, then a final direct stream while shutting off engine. Then, with engine off, re-attach and secure the air cleaner/cover while the engine hot soaks for 5 to 10 minutes. After hot soak period, restart the engine and operate for 5 or more minutes

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