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 lol

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  • FixItNick
    FixItNick  8 months ago

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  • Joel Wright
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  • Semper Fi
    Semper Fi  1 months ago

    A video without the results...really!

  • Chad Dickerson
    Chad Dickerson  2 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for making all these videos about my truck. Heh

    Seriously man. You are one thorough dude with your video production. Thank you for the education. You're saving me a ton of money

  • 27walker27
    27walker27  2 months ago +1

    no results or follow up video? just absolutely wasted my time

  • Mustang D best220
    Mustang D best220  3 months ago +2

    THE 7.3 IS THE over 1 million miles and km ENGINE

  • James Gazdag
    James Gazdag  3 months ago

    I took fuel filter out my 7.3 and drained fuel out and ran it on sea foam seamed to clean stuff up little bit

  • Corey Adkins
    Corey Adkins  4 months ago +1

    Lubrimoly diesel purge, you're welcome

  • Levi Jones
    Levi Jones  4 months ago

    Only put sea foam in the gas tank. Ah fuck pulled up to the wrong pump

  • Kenneth Barbee
    Kenneth Barbee  4 months ago

    You're better off using Rev-X, Seafoam is junk

  • John Johnson
    John Johnson  4 months ago

    Don't forget to change your oil after 150-200 miles. Seafoam did a great job of cleaning my crankcase on a 1999 Ford F-150.

  • B
    B  5 months ago +4

    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.

  • White Devil
    White Devil  5 months ago +1

    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.

  • Chris O.
    Chris O.  6 months ago +3

    Damn powerstrokes 🤦🏻‍♂️ you need to pull the fuel filter fill the filter with seafoam and then crank it and let it run for for about 5min and then shut it down. and let it sit for 15 min. Just adding it to the tank dosnt do as good. You also need to look into a lift pump either a Airdog or a Fass.

  • think bigger
    think bigger  7 months ago +1

    I like using Seafoam on both oil and fuel side of my 6.0 injectors periodically and fill fuel bowl up whenever changing fuel filters, a good long Hot soak too

  • Mike Miller
    Mike Miller  8 months ago

    Lol, you are so far off. You might try doing some research on your truck. Look at forums or talk to mechanics that specialize in powerstrokes.

    The ABS light is due to your wheel hub assembly going bad. The trick is to find which one is bad, because the it’s not cheap.

    The 7.3 has 16 quarts, not 15. I have three of these right now. Let me know if I can help you figure things out.

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    Are you Russian? You've got an interesting accent I keep picking up on

  • Antonio Claudio Michael

    Seafoam is great stuff

  • Antonio Claudio Michael
    Antonio Claudio Michael  8 months ago +1

    Great video Nick

  • Myles Hansel
    Myles Hansel  8 months ago

    I would not recommend putting seafoam in the oil, I'm even skeptical about using it in the fuel. I would have much rather seen you use Archoil or Hot Shot Secret's then Seafoam. I would look into testing the GPR and glow plugs for the long start after sitting for that 2 week's, next time it sits for a week or two, turn the key on and let it sit for 30-45 seconds then try. This gives the glow plugs more time to put some heat in the cylinder's before firing up the motor.