Sea Foam Motor Treatment

147 reviews - By: DYK AUTOMOTIVE

Sea Foam Motor Treatment
MSRP : $20.82

Sale : $6.97
Sold & shipped by Walmart
Sea Foam Motor Treatment is a safe and versatile additive that can be used in fuel, oil or added directly into the combustion chamber on 2-cycle, 4-cycle, rotary and diesel engines. Sea Foam is a 100-percent pure petroleum product, so it is as safe for seals, o-rings, sensors and other fuel system and engine components as the fuel or motor oil that runs the engine. Sea Foam contains no harsh chemicals.

Sea Foam Motor Treatment, 16 oz:
  • Safe and versatile additive
  • Add to fuel, oil or a combustion chamber
  • For 2-cycle, 4-cycle, rotary and diesel engines
  • Made from 100% pure petroleum
  • Contains no harsh chemicals
  • Model# SF16
  • Cleans injectors and carb jets
  • Adds lubricity
  • Sea Foam Auto Marine Fleet works as a fuel stabilizer
  • Removes moisture from oil and fuel
  • De-icer anti-gel
  • Frees lifters and rings
  • Safe for seals, o-rings, sensors and other components

Unknown Customer

Faulty Cap Design

I purchased a bottle of Seafoam this weekend from Walmart. I followed the instructions on the cap by squeezing the two tabs and twisting, but after several tries, I could not get the cap off. I then went into my home and gripped the cap with a pair of common pliers. As soon as I squeezed the cap, the entire top of the product popped off (see photo) and the bottle slipped through my hands and landed on the floor. Of course, having a bottle of fuel additive splashed across the kitchen caused a huge difficult mess. In my experience, the top of the product is not well designed. It will leak, making the bottle slippery, and will also separate from the bottle fairly easily. I write this hoping no one else will experience this problem. I wish I had given up trying to open this and just returned it to Walmart.

Eddie

maintainance for the vehicle or motorcycle.

My 2001 Avalon (200,000 miles+) used to start with the turn of the key. Then about 4 yrs ago I had to step on the accelerator to start it. About a yr ago my friend recommended Seafoam & I tried it. I placed a can into the tank & about a small cup (spray paint can plastic cover) through the vacuum hose. The car started on its own & lasted about three weeks. I repeated this procedure & it lasted about 3 months. Again repeated this procedure & it lasted another 3 months. It worked as a temporary fix & I was thrilled to have my old car back again. Last I took removed the air filter elements & sprayed the inside with carb cleaner. Then I used a toothbrush to clean out the carbon. Also I sprayed into a very small port hole in the same area. Now I pour a can of Sea Foam into the tank to maintain a clean fuel system about every 3 months. It feels good to have & drive the old car again.

KawiNinjaChic

Motorcycle Winterizing God in a can

Just thought I would share for those that don't know.... I was told about Seafoam back in 2010 while taking the motorcycle safe class 2 days before I bought my Ninja. He said if you remember anything remember this will be your best friend after your bike has sat through the winter. Note I'm a chic, with a sport bike who only knows how to ride it, but knows very little about the mechanics of the bike well except how to change a clutch because I have non the less. Yea Youtube. lol Seafoam should be the go to for after your bike sits through the winter. I pour an entire can in my 4.5 gallon tank yep it has old gas in it. After it takes a few times to start once it does I help it warm up then let it run for about 15 minutes, take it for a short trip up to the gas station put new gas in it (have always used top grade it runs better) take it the long way home and she's all better. After I cycled through a tank of gas and seafoam I put another can in there because she sat for nearly 5 months.... Take it from a chic who rides it's your after winter knight in shinning armor... lol

BOSSC351

Wow! Just WOW!

My 2000 V6 truck developed a loud lifter tick that became very loud at deceleration from 3000 RPM's. It became so loud that I began to make plans to disassemble the engine to replace all the lifters. Low speed only a slight tick but higher interstate speeds then slowing to exit would result in what sounded like a rod wrist pin knock when accelerating afterward. Then it would slowly fade away as if it was getting oil again. It was bad enough that the computer detected it as a miss and threw a code for cylinder 5. Well as a last ditch effort, I purchased some Sea Foam to try. I have used it in the fuel and have had excellent results running it through the vacuum lines in another vehicle. I added 1/2 a can to the crankcase and drove 10 miles then let the engine sit overnight. Enough to get it hot but not enough to evaporate it for the pcv system to pull it out. The next day I drove it to work and back and.... I can't believe I am typing this but.... it actually worked. It really worked. The engine runs smooth and the tapping/knocking is GONE completely. I am not a believer in these snake oil additives but I am a believer in Sea foam!

joyinlife100

Wow! Just WOW!

I have a honda civic 2001, with 224,000 miles(high milage..My car was picking up rough in speed. I was going to go with lucas, but was told this works better, I thought that it wouldnt make a differance really, only in my pocket. But I went ahead and got this, and I added half in my gas tank and half in my crankcase(engine oil) I drove my car after adding seafoam for 100 miles, to allow seafoam to work through engine. while driving I could feel the seafoam working, after I reached 100 miles, it was time to change the oil( change oil once you reach 100 miles) when I changed my oil, the oil poured out black. I did my oil change with vavoline maxlife hm 5w30 and K&N oil filter. once the old oil was out along with the seafoam that was added to it..I test drove it for a couple of miles..wowow..I couldnt believe this little bottle did the trick. I didnt feel any rough pick up when driving, it smoothly went into each gear without me pressing hard on the pedal to pick up speed. I will be using this on a reg. bases every 3,000 miles( 100 mile before oil change) and next time I will do it the way most people use it,which is 1/3 in gas tank, 1/3 in crankcase(oil) and 1/3 in vacuum line hose (I wasnt able to do the vacuum line this time and so I did it 50/50 in oil and gas tank but still is better to treat all 3 at 1/3 of bottle for each area being treated(gas tank,engine oil,vacuum hose line) which is roughly about 5.1oz for each treatment area.