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Sea Foam review update

Ford Festiva stalling fix updateThe Ford Festiva stalling issue came back when the gas tank hit the 1/4 level point. Something the chainsaw repair guy said after he tuned up our Stihl recently got me to thinking. His comment was that he had to use his special carburetor bath 4 separate times to get all the gunk cleaned out. This prompted me to give the Festiva another Seafoam treatment, and it took over half the tank before the problem finally went away, but it's running like it should now and it's all thanks to Seafoam.



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i used seafoam in my moped and it gets more free power and less smoke all i have to do is slowly exelerate and let the rpm kick in and quikcly reve up high speed and and all the smoke blow out the muffler and then doneyou dont have to rev it up over and over again just exelerate and let it take of f on its own it starts quickly next day after seafoam is in never use more then 1/2 or youll broke the moped.
Comment by ronald Thu Mar 11 03:55:56 2010
It does seem to have helped out our little car too --- no more problems after two additions to the fuel tank.
Comment by anna Thu Mar 11 08:28:42 2010
Seafoam is guaranteed to take money out of your pocket. If you've got money to burn on Seafoam, you would get better use out of it if you happen to be caught out in a dark cold night by burning your money in a fire in order to warm up just a bit.
Comment by Just Me Thu Dec 16 16:40:45 2010
Great comment. :-)
Comment by anna Sat Dec 18 20:16:25 2010

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