Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby woodhaven22 [OP] » May 22nd 2009, 12:25pm

Good-day,

I'm having problems and was posted to use Seafoam, which might correct the problem. I did some research and some foks say not to use it.

Has anyone used seafoam on their Van

We have a Astro AWD 2001 4.3L.

Another question -> do we use the hose from the PCV or Booster Brake? People say to use the booster brake hose for a better application.


Thanks for any help with this
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Gary » May 22nd 2009, 12:45pm

I think you will find the answer to this question to vary as much as the question which do you like the most a RWD vs a AWD.For me,the question is more a mater of application.It depends on what issue your trying to resolve and the van your using it for.I am not big on a fix in a gar.To me it is a temporary band-aid to a repair you end up doing anyways and in some cases removes a build-up that is taking up the space of worn parts creating more problems than it solves and releases that sludge to be circulate threw-out the rest of the engine during the cleaning being done. :2:
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby ihatemybike » May 22nd 2009, 1:44pm

I have used SeaFoam in the intake to cure the cylinder misfire from sticky poppets and had great results. I don't use it as a regular gasoline additive though.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Leeann_93 » May 22nd 2009, 3:33pm

^ same here. Cleaned up sticky poppets and cleaned out a lot of carbon - I think I stunk and smoked up the neighborhood for a mile around...the Bravada ran a TON better after, too (same engine as in my Astro).
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby tefuller1 » May 22nd 2009, 3:41pm

I have had the same results. I smoked the whole neighborhood but i ran like a champ. I have done this on all my vehicle with great results. I also use it in my mowers, snowblowers, and chainsaws.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Mr_Bowtie » May 22nd 2009, 4:11pm

What vacuum hose should one dump a little of this in? My Van could use it! Thanks.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby ihatemybike » May 22nd 2009, 9:02pm

I remove the air cleaner assembly and slowly pour it into the intake.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby davesyo » May 23rd 2009, 2:31am

I did this one time on my 01 and added it slowly through the throttle body with no problems .
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Leeann_93 » May 23rd 2009, 2:56am

Yep, through the intake, ie throttle body.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby adibv5 » May 23rd 2009, 4:55pm

you guys do this on idle? or higher rpms. i would think my van with stall or die if put liquid in the air intake.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Mr_Bowtie » May 23rd 2009, 5:21pm

I believe you want to do it at idle, dump as much in there until it dies, let it sit for a few minutes then start it up and let it smoke out. I think you can also put it in through a vacuum line that runs to the intake. :mrgreen:
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby woodhaven22 [OP] » May 23rd 2009, 11:13pm

I can't find the boost vacum hose for the seafoam.

Does anyone know where this is located.

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Thanks
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby ihatemybike » May 24th 2009, 2:39am

2001 does not have vacuum boost brakes, hence no vacuum boost hose.

Remove the air box, pull the intake hose/elbow off the throttle body, if you disconnected the MAF sensor plug it back in, Grumpy wouldn't run without it, start engine, follow direction on can and slowly pour in throttle body.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Gary » May 24th 2009, 12:21pm

Guys,not to be the nay sayer of another point of view,but when you say you see all this smoke,isn't that liquidized carbon you see coming out and isn't that a kin to liquidized sand paper leaving parts never to be the same?.Just a thought.I mean there is two sides to every point of view and all I am trying to do is present another side. :2:
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby ihatemybike » May 24th 2009, 3:31pm

Isn't gasoline is a liquidized carbon? Isn't smoke considered gaseous state?

If I had a van run worse after a Seafoam treatment I'd be concerned, but thus far they have all run better after.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Outlaw50 » May 25th 2009, 12:58pm

I have been running Sea Foam mixed in my gasoline for mowers, quads, chainsaws, weedeaters, outboards...etc for about 20 years and have never had problems with it. I have taken a few carbs apart over the years on these engines and found them to be spotless inside.

I run it in a tank full of gas in the van about every 6 months. It works well to clean the injectors and keeps the fuel system free of moisture.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby Big_kid » May 25th 2009, 2:01pm

We use it at the small engine shop on occasion. We've had no problems with it.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby rev_les » June 9th 2009, 4:46am

i unhook the vacuum line at the rear of the intake, put on a piece of surrogate vacuum line with an inflation needle you use to air up balls with put into it. get the motor hot,rev it up pretty good, dip it in the seafoam can and it meters it into the vacuum line . works for steamcleaning with water too. Shops de-carbon cars regularly with no ill effects. "aside from the smoke cloud ticking off neighbors" :rofl:
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

Postby GaryZ » June 9th 2009, 5:11pm

Gary wrote:Guys,not to be the nay sayer of another point of view,but when you say you see all this smoke,isn't that liquidized carbon you see coming out and isn't that a kin to liquidized sand paper leaving parts never to be the same?.Just a thought.I mean there is two sides to every point of view and all I am trying to do is present another side. :2:


I am pretty sure most of the smoke is the burning Seafoam and not carbon.

I only recently got hooked on Seafoam. The stuff is amazing.
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Re: Seafoam - Safe to use on Astro

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Sorry to hear about you newest addiction, Gary!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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