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I searched and couldn't find anything too specific on the subject.

Just wondering where the best vacuum line is to run the seafoam in. Pictures are helpful.
 

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Just thought I would help you out ..... Brake Booster line. But do a "Search" and you will fine more info

<a href="http://s245.photobucket.com/albums/gg77/POSSUM61/?action=view&current=SeaFoam002.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i245.photobucket.com/albums/gg77/POSSUM61/SeaFoam002.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
 

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yep the brake booster line.. that's the one i use everytime i do mine.
 

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ok i kno im gunna catch hell from u guys on this.. lol but what is seafoaming this line supposed to do?? hey i figured ide ask.. we r here to help eachother..rite? thnx ahead of time for the info..
 

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Basically it gets rid of carbon buildup.
 

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Suck some in the brake booster and, if the car has enough carbon in it, get ready for something straight out of Spy Hunter!
 

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OK - if I don't have a vacuum brake booster (1991 Cougar with the Teves Mk II integral ABS), which vacuum line do I use? Any of them and use a funnel as necessary?

RwP
 

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I dont have a car to take a picture of one suitable for you, but you dont need a funnel, the vacuum line sucks it in easily enough. just pour some in the cap or on a little tray (a very clean one) and suck it in with the car running. Note the car may idle high or act a little strange with a vacuum line disconnected.
 

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I learn something new everyday lol. Thnx guys!
 

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OK - if I don't have a vacuum brake booster (1991 Cougar with the Teves Mk II integral ABS), which vacuum line do I use? Any of them and use a funnel as necessary?

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Easiest way is just to grab any vacuum line coming form the engine, take you can of seafoam. hold it upright next to the line you just took off, and place a bendy drinking straw in the can. the vacuum from the engine will suck it from the can of seafoam just like when you drink with one from a glass. do that with about half the can, then put the line back in place and dump the other half of the sea foam in to your fuel tank and rev' er up !!!
 
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