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Let me also get opinions on where to put the Seafoam. That's what I'm really after. Alot have said that the brake booster line is best. Looking at the engine though, the PCV line looks like it makes the most sense. It connects to the common chamber right at the output of the throttle body. I would think that anything put in here would be evenly distributed to all injectors. The vacuum booster line (if this is indeed the brake booster line) connects over in a corner of the common chamber directly into one specific injector port (the rear-most port). Doesn't seem like that would be as good as the PCV line.

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Does nobody know where the brake booster line is or if it is indeed the same thing as the vacuum booster line? I thought this was kind of a simple question that I'd get a quick answer to.

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First, find the vacuum line that runs off the brake booster (it is the big round thing behind the master cylinder) and follow it to where it plugs in. On my Amigo it is right next to the EGR valve.

I have only run Sea Foam through this line, and it works great. Once you drive it, it looks like a mosquito sprayer truck. Using it in the oil before it is changed has almost eliminated my oil consumption problem too. It is great stuff.
 

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Alot have said that the brake booster line is best. Looking at the engine though, the PCV line looks like it makes the most sense. It connects to the common chamber right at the output of the throttle body.
Why not use both? Half in the brake booster line and the other half in the PCV? Couldn't hurt - right?

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