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    For one ethanol is a serious cleanser etc. and it also assist in the combustion process leaving less residue. When coupled with other detergents in top tier gas I'd say you have all you need. Just my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miniceptor86 View Post
    I'm thinking: Why? A feel good thing? Quality oil and gasoline don't need any additional chemicals IMHO.
    I bought a used Taurus with 110,000 miles on it. I started using Seafoam poured in the fuel tank and the MPG went from 19 to 29 after about 5 tanks of fuel. It pays to keep the system clean IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro7100 View Post
    I bought a used Taurus with 110,000 miles on it. I started using Seafoam poured in the fuel tank and the MPG went from 19 to 29 after about 5 tanks of fuel. It pays to keep the system clean IMHO.


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    Lol there’s always that one guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro7100 View Post
    I bought a used Taurus with 110,000 miles on it. I started using Seafoam poured in the fuel tank and the MPG went from 19 to 29 after about 5 tanks of fuel. It pays to keep the system clean IMHO.
    Any history of what the previous owner(s) used for fuel? Oil change interval? Just sayin' Top Tier certified fuel has never given me cause to doctor it up and I have never used a de icer since corn squeezin's were added many years ago. Just my experience, yours may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miniceptor86 View Post
    Any history of what the previous owner(s) used for fuel? Oil change interval? Just sayin' Top Tier certified fuel has never given me cause to doctor it up and I have never used a de icer since corn squeezin's were added many years ago. Just my experience, yours may vary.
    No not for fuel used, dealership always changed oil as she had the maintenance contact. I have had several oxygen sensor CELs since using it, and removed oxygen sensor at first one to find carbon chunk on it. After that just drove it and CEL cleared later same day (assuming same carbon).
    I had used Seafoam before but after buying this car and seeing the very poor fuel milage I was advised by a friend who works at dealer to use it again. I then read an article where Berryman B12 chemtool world better and was cheaper ( wal mart) so I started using it. Still use it every other tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvsjr View Post
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    Grow up

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