um you do realize your supposed to rev the engine hard until the smoke goes away right?that white smoke is the crap being burned off.
Just find a hose from the intake manifold that has vacuum during idle and when you rev, and pour it in there. It's better to find one nearest the throttle body, so the Seafoam will get a more even distribution. Using longer hoses make it easier, since you can just stick them in the can instead of pouring. You can also use the PCV/crankcase vent hose where it enters the intake system if necessary.Smoothinto2nd said:Anyone have an image of were to put it in in a MK1 NA? I just went through all the posts from thread 1.
try soaking a use or new seal in seafoam for 20minutes and see what happens to the seal, I don't like using that stuff in the crankcase unless i am about the sent the engine to a junk yard.aaron7 said:Maybe the chemicals in SeaFoam aren't gasket/seal friendly, but it's not like you have it in the motor that long. The stuff you dump in the motor is gone in like 20 min of driving, and you are supposed to change your oil after you put it in there (as it breaks it down I guess)