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Where to introduce BG44K air intake cleaner into the engine?


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I want to clean out the car's air intake using BG44K (similar idea to Seafoam). Where is the best place to introduce the fluid into the engine? In other cars I've used the PCV vacuum hose, but with our cars that's kind of inconvenient to get to. Some people use the brake booster line, but that seems to only reach one bank of cylinders. Is there another place?

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I want to clean out the car's air intake using BG44K (similar idea to Seafoam). Where is the best place to introduce the fluid into the engine? In other cars I've used the PCV vacuum hose, but with our cars that's kind of inconvenient to get to. Some people use the brake booster line, but that seems to only reach one bank of cylinders. Is there another place?

You are probably no going to like it, but IMHO, the best place to introduce BG44K or Seafoam is into the nearest trash can. Both of these products have chemical make ups very similar to ladies nail polish remover; hardly something you would want to pour into a decent engine..................

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I want to clean out the car's air intake using BG44K (similar idea to Seafoam). Where is the best place to introduce the fluid into the engine? In other cars I've used the PCV vacuum hose, but with our cars that's kind of inconvenient to get to. Some people use the brake booster line, but that seems to only reach one bank of cylinders. Is there another place?

You are probably no going to like it, but IMHO, the best place to introduce BG44K or Seafoam is into the nearest trash can. Both of these products have chemical make ups very similar to ladies nail polish remover; hardly something you would want to pour into a decent engine..................

THE CHEMICAL MAKE UP IN NAIL POLISH REMOVER YOU REFERRED TO IS: ACETONE. IT WILL EAT THROUGH PLASTICS, AND A BUNCH OF OTHER MATERIALS. DON'T INTRODUCE THIS STUFF INTO YOUR ENGINE. My 2 cents.

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