Anthony Zingale

Greetings Scotty. My father's mechanic told him that if he wants to put a fuel additive in his car, he should use Seafoam. After he told me, he asked for my opinion and I told him to use a PEA-based cleaner like Techron or Gumout. He disagreed with me and I even took notes from your 2014 video about this. Should he use the PEA-based cleaner instead of Seafoam? He has a 1997 Mercedes E320 with 207,000 miles.

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer


pea must be used on any modern car, seafoam is for old two stroke outboard motor engines, it can damage cats as it has kerosene in it and no pea