Why use Sea Foam High Mileage in my 2012 Ford Explorer [SOLVED]

I saw a new version of Sea Foam at O’Reilly called High Mileage.  I have used Sea Foam for a long time and my cars usually have at least 100,000 miles when I buy them. Just want to know how it’s better if I have higher miles on a car? Right now I am driving a 2012 Ford Explorer V6 with 176,000 miles.

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Jim D.
Jim D.
3 years ago

Hi Bradley.  I’m in the same boat when it comes to owning vehicles with high miles. No doubt that a lot of today’s cars and trucks last a long time if you take care of the fuel and oil systems. To answer your question I am supposing that you meant ‘better’ than Sea Foam. If so, one is not better than the other. Both are blended with the same petroleum ingredients, except that High Mileage is formulated for handling the heavier oil and fuel residue buildup that forms as engines add miles. If you noticed the can labeling and instructions, High Mileage shows a lot of emphasis for use in oil, which goes a long way to extend the useful life of a car or truck engine!  O’Reilly Auto Parts helped us launch High Mileage in May, so you can find it there for sure!

Mark Waddington
Mark Waddington
1 year ago

Can I use marine Sea Foam in my diesel truck?

Brian Miller
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1 year ago

Any Sea Foam fuel treatment is safe to use in any engine. Just keep in mind that Marine PRO is made for marine engines.