Originally posted by LowcarbonBLue
ahh..sparkplugs...nice ideas bomber...is bleeding your brake lines hard?
Not at all, though you'll need two people. Just have one person go to a caliper, put one end of a vinyl hose on the bleeder plug and the other into a container. Then pump the brakes a few times, hold the pedal down, and have the other person open the bleeder valve to drain out the fluid. Close the plug, release the pedal, and repeat till the fluid is clean and bubble free. You'll want to start from the caliper furthest from the driver and work your way forward.
Same process with the clutch, though the bleeder plug is in the engine bay.
Originally posted by george
? sea foam how do you do that and what is sea foam?
Seafoam is a cleaner made of petroleum. You just pour it in through the PCV line into the throttle body to clean out the intake system, pour it into the oil to clean out the oil system, and pour it into the gas tank to clean out the fuel system. I've heard nothing but good reviews about it, and some people have even gained considerable gas mileage (EasyC for one) after using it.