My engine has been struggling lately have a pushrod come unseated three times. There appears to be quite a bit of sludge in the motor which is probably the culprit. I decide to try a can of seafoam and see how changes things.
Why not do a kerosene flush to break down all that oil sludge. I've heard it's alot stronger to break down oil sludge and carbon build up and it's safe on an engine.
I lost two engines using stupid sludge remover I guess it blocks oil passages be carefull
Get some 20w50 oil do half oil and half diesel or keronese run the engine for a few hours drive aound if possible, drain and fill and repeat process, best thing to desludge the engine is a pure petroleum product hope this helps!
Use the Seafoam Intake Cleaner with Seafoam in the crank case As Well as a can of Seafoam in the tank and I promise you that you'll see smoke. You have to perform all 3 at the same time for maximum results. I do it every 3 months and it changed the life of my engine.
Its also a good idea to check for a broken or weak valve spring while you have the valve cover off. A broken or weak spring can also allow the pushrod to come out.
I used this on my 2001 Ram 1500 with the 5.2 and had tremendous success. It really quieted a noisy engine down. However, seafoam in the crankcase will not smoke unless your burning oil. Its only supposed to be one ounce per quart of oil in it. The drive for around a tank of gas then change your oil. It helps break down deposits which in turn really dirtys the oil so getting it out is important. I know for certain is quieted my truck down and felt like it ran better as well.
Also drain some oil out and put atf back. It will help
I don't know why people bother with seafoam and other nonsense, just add half diesel fuel half reg oil and run it for a week... Brand new
You never finished the end of the seafoam test in another video.
I’m at 20 miles and lifter still ticking
Ever heard of regular oilchanges to keep that from happening?
Lol. Here is my opinion.... Use clean oil or assembly lube. You lubed with old dark oil. Wipe the dust off the engine before you get that dust in the valves and engine. Seafoam does not do what you are thinking it does. Any solvent like wd40, kerosene, naptha, even carb cleaner will work as well or better. I would recomend a brass wire brush and carb cleaner to remove the sludge and dark old oil.
Am I lucky.... my TJ has over 235,000 miles , I have owned it about 7 years. I've done a lot to it, including the dreaded safety caps on the frame, upper rear spring mounts, and torque box repairs, and a lot of other stuff. As far as the engine goes , for the first time since owning it, i changed the spark plugs a few days ago. Only changed the starter once, and replaced the power steering, radiator, and heater blower motor, done a little axel work on it, but as far as the engine, it's been bullet proof. Oh, I did change the rear main seal also.
wow you should do some voice over work great sounding voice
This video has nothing to do with seafoam, thumbs down.
What weight of oil do you use?
Rislone engine treatment and royal purple. Had a bmw that ticked like crazy on startup was gonna do the lifters but did the Rislone and royal purple first never did the lifter traded it off.
Seafome will not repair a bad engine!!!! It’s only intended to b a preventive maintenance additive, so this is bull crap!!!!
Don't let my looks fool you guys, I'm more than meets the eye than pleasing your eyes. Take off the valve cover, and put seafoam in a spray bottle like a Windex or spray cleaner type bottle. Spray it all over the cams get it soaking wet, let it sit for 20min then spray it again. put the valve cover back on. mix 3 full quarts of ATF and 4 full bottles of seafoam, shake it well then drain the oil completely from the engine and fill the engine with the mixed compounds. Let the engine run for 30min because Seafoam and ATF work very well when heated as they are cleaning fluids. It's a super-effective cleaning monster that cuts sludge like a hot knife going through butter and it also eats rust.