Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Mileage

Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Mileage

Welcome back to the channel today I'm going to do a little bit of work on this Ford Ranger I'm going to test out some seafoam I have several things I want to work on the injectors need cleaned out so I'm going to put a can of seafoam in the tank I have a sticking lifter so I'm going to put a can inside the the crank case see if that helps some and also I'm going to try to clean out some of the carbon deposits on the cylinder so today's going to be an experiment we're going to try out sort of a triple Seefeld treatment additionally after we do the seafoam I'm going to drain the oil I'm going to try some Lucas heavy-duty oil stabilizer to see if that will help quiet down the lifters okay so this seafoam says clean fuel injectors and carb jets due to deposit buildup control moisture in fuel so this stuff's supposed to work on the injector so I'm going to put a candidates inside the tank supposed to take one ounce per gallon and I have approximately 16 gallons this is a 16 ounce can I'm going to go ahead and start the engine so you can hear the amount of noise these lifters are making but the lifters do make a lot of noise and I think it's probably due to a lot of weariness engine decision has about a hundred and sixty-seven thousand miles Music you so I changed this oil not long ago and according to the seafoam instructions I can add one ounce per quart of oil either before and after an oil change so I want to just see how dirty this world looks right now and then I'm going to put the seafoam in it and drive a few hours and see if there's any difference in in coloration this doesn't look too bad it's sort of hard to tell but this doesn't look like it's a really black oil according to instructions I'm supposed to add one ounce per quart of oil so I'm going to go ahead and add five ounces to my measuring cup okay write out five ounces I'm go ahead and add my five ounces of seafoam into the crankcase the next step is to put the seafoam spray into the top of the engine and as it's running and according to instructions I'm supposed to run the engine it's already warmed up and I'm supposed to run it a little bit above the idle so some around 1500 rpms now it's supposed to spray the entire can until the can runs out and once the can runs out I'm supposed to shut it off and basically hot soak it for a while the first thing I need to do is remove the intake hose hey the can is empty I notice towards the end of spring the seafoam into the engine I was starting to get a lot of smoke out the exhaust so this is an oil-based product or petroleum-based product so a lot of us just oil burning off hopefully some of that was the carbon deposits on this on the pistons that's burn it off but soon we will find out one thing I want to point out is the throttle plate was extremely full of carbon deposits and the seafoam did a really good job of cleaning up the carbon deposits now the metal is not real shiny so there's some traces of carbon left on the throttle plate but it really broke up a lot of carbon deposits during the time I was spraying it against the throttle plate it's been right at about ten minutes so I'm gonna go ahead and start the truck Music it's been about 24 hours since I treated the engine with seafoam and sort of recap what we've done we've added seafoam to the tank we've added seafoam to the crankcase and also we've done the treatment for the intake so today what I want to do is I want to pull the dipstick look at the oil and see what it looks like see how dark it is additionally I want to drain the oil and get a closer look at it so to me the oil looks a lot darker than did yesterday okay I'm going to get to send you to start again I haven't decision has not been started in quite some time so the engine is the engine is very cold and it's probably about 45 degrees in the shots go to make any noise it's going to rattle you're going to hear Music a lot quieter as far as the lifter I don't hear the lifter at all there's a little bit of a slight tick I hear inside the engine but very very slight this thing's way better and I could tell after doing the treatment yesterday that I had a lot more low-end power before it would would stall out very easily it's a standard shift and just trying to take off it just had very low end power so I'd have to really get the RPMs up this is the oil I just finished draining out of the crankcase I realized this is not a scientific way to look at this oil a scientific approach would be to send this off to an oil lab and have it analyzed for the chemical properties but what I will say is just look at the world it's very dark this is well it only has three hours on it so my belief is that a lot of the sludge inside the engine has been freed up and has been drained out of the oil pan and also what I'll say as I added about five ounces of the seafoam and one thing it did not do it did not destroy the thickness of the oil the oil