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    For you I6 guys I'd spray the stuff in here (m)

    Unplug hose #15 from the #14 check valve and spray it in thru this hose, that goes to the front side of the IM which should distribute it pretty even to all cylinders.
    This is from an Jan 97 528i.
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    Just read the directions (m)

    It says to avoid contact with hoses but I'd still spray it in thru the hose but replace the hose when done.

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    Try it on someone's car that you dont like first..



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    How about sea "foam"...it has bubbles.....



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    Re: How about sea foam...it has bubbles.....

    The thing I like about Amsoil Powerfoam is that it can be in contact with all surfaces and left to act without the engine running.

    The usual "Seafoam through the brake booster" thing that a lot of people do doesn't guarantee even application through the IM or even to all cylinders because it's slurping a liquid in through a single port meant simply to be a vacuum tap.

    A true foam (Amsoil or otherwise) will expand to contact all of the major surfaces inside the cylinder or IM and sit there working on the deposits. Or that's the theory anyways.


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    Plugs?



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