The SeaFoam Experiment - 2001 F350 7.3 Diesel, will it improve anything?

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  • Published on:  Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • I heard great things about seafoam, so i decided to go ahead put some in my gas tank and in my oil pan and run it for about a week and then ill change my oil and see how she runs and if things inprove. Also ill be doing a MPG test with my truck all stock to see how it does before i begin doing any more. This will be a pretty much a documented upgrades journey and to see how my MPG improves with different upgrades. More on this later on, it will take a while lol1999-2016 F250/F350 Super Crew Cab Tyger Side Steps Garage Products: F350 Products: Silverado Products: Instagram Page: email Contact:


  • FixItNick  5 months ago

    DJI Osmo Pocket Garage Products:

  • Austin Smith  5 months ago

    Need the 6.0 nose swap, 6.4+ mirrors and tail gate, 6.7 tails, then wheels and tires and itll be amaaaazing.

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    Austin Smith yes sir! I can’t wait, I want to find all parts in white so I don’t have to repair grill and bumper will be chrome and silver platinum grill??

  • Austin Smith  4 months ago

    @FixItNick that's gonna be siiiick

  • Iain F  5 months ago

    Never heard of seafoam here in the UK. But have used fuel and oil adatives and have always had good results.... Especially injector cleaning. Hope all goes to plan. Thank you for another update Nick 🤗👏👏👏

  • Iain F  4 months ago

    @FixItNick will be interesting to see how it performs buddy👍

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    It’s similar to that I think, it’s greasy oily stuff so it doesn’t dry out seals

  • Check your glow plugs, and the relay. All can be done with a simple test light. Make sure one of the smaller posts on the relay is grounded when you turn the key on (put the lead of the test light on + post on your battery, not the - to check for this)If all posts on the glow plugs relay light up with the test light grounded, I would suspect the ECM. The ECM is what grounds the glow plugs relay when you turn your key on. I've seen quite a few of them fail, especially with how old the 7.3's are gettin...

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    Riding With The Reid's ok will do, I might do test and change them, they are like $80 for a set of OEM plugs

  • RSW..NORTHWEST  5 months ago

    try arch oil works great look it up

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    Yes know about it, added it to my cart on amazon, might use it soon

  • К А В  5 months ago

    Я всегда заливаю в топливо присадку. У меня тоже дизель есть.

  • Living On Wheels  5 months ago

    I would recommend not running seafoam in the oil for very long. It does not combine well with the HUEI injectors. The extremely high oil pressures inside the injectors cause it to foam and foam inside injectors is not g a good thing because foam = air. I have heard of people using it for just a little bit before an oil change. Don't consider me an expert though. Just something you want to look into.

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    Yes I was going to run it just a bit then change oil and fuel filter

  • White Devil  1 months ago

    Add it directly to the fuel bowl when replacing the fuel filter. Drain the diesel in the bowl. Pour sea foam. Replace filter. Run for 3 minutes. Let sit for 10 minutes to soak in. Start up again and drive.In my experience, it works for smoothing out idle and increasing power. Of course, you can't have bad sensors or a malfunctioning fuel pump and expect sea foam to fix them.

  • FixItNick  1 months ago

    All is good super clean, filter replaced

  • always be smart  5 months ago

    give the engine wash ❤️

  • always be smart  4 months ago

    that will be a perfect video for this Monster.

  • FixItNick  4 months ago

    I actually plan on doing a vid of the progress

  • B  1 months ago

    You need to look into the Hot SHot's products. They were made for the 7.3, there's some videos about the stiction issues in the Fords. The injectors are hydraulic, using the engine oil.

  • FixItNick  1 months ago