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Hey guys,

Bought some Seafoam Deep Creep and on the instructions says to put it in through the vaccum line. Which line is that? Watched a video on how to do it, I get the whole concept, just not where the vacuum line is on this car specifically

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1986 560SL with M120 V12 Engine, 1988 560SL Stock
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Hey guys,

Bought some Seafoam Deep Creep and on the instructions says to put it in through the vaccum line. Which line is that? Watched a video on how to do it, I get the whole concept, just not where the vacuum line is on this car specifically

Thanks
What is Seafoam Deep Creep. There are vacuum lines all over the place. What are you trying to do.
 

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it does a carbon cleaning. supposedly helps a bunch of different things heres a link

Sea Foam--DEEP CREEP


I need a vacuum line that feeds all the cylinders
 

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it does a carbon cleaning. supposedly helps a bunch of different things heres a link

Sea Foam--DEEP CREEP


I need a vacuum line that feeds all the cylinders
The transmission modulator line or power booster line will feed all cylinders. There are a few more smaller ones as well.
 

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Why not just use BG44K?

BG Company

It is used by most MB dealers, in this area at least, for fuel/air system cleaning. Just fill the tank and then add a can. Just remember to do it at least 1000 miles before you are required to perform a emissions inspection. It screws up one of the measurements but I forget which one.
 
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