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I know I put it in through the Brake booster vacuum hose. It is supposed to be inducted through the upper manifold by a vacuum source and I have found that is the best way. Works real good on my stang and my bko.
 

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They have it in an aerosol can Marv, I think it's called Deep Creep, made by the same company, i saw it at napa autoparts.
 

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You guys are missing the question, he wants to clean the TB, Throttle body, the brake booster doesn't feed it, it's where the air goes into your engine, so he is asking for the best way to clean the TB. Which happens to be called deep creep, it's Seafoam in an aerosol spray can

You can read more about it's uses here:
http://www.seafoamsales.com/deepCreepTech.htm

Here's one of the many specific directions for use that can be found at the link above:

DEEP CREEP Air Intake Cleaner
Run engine to normal operating temperature.
Shut engine off and disconnect air intake boot.
Spray DEEP CREEP into throat with throttle plate open. Saturate and soak. Clean with a soft toothbrush or cloth if necessary.
Spray into throat with straw attached to finalize cleaning.
Reconnect air intake boot and drive.
Make sure exhaust is well ventilated as fumes may be extreme for a short time.
Safe for teflon coatings, lubricates bushings.
 

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Dobermansx said:
Deep Kreep is for rusted bolts and such...just like PB Blaster...works good, but I don't think it will clean anything...
You obviously didn't take the time to read the link I posted above, thanks for playing though.

Yeller

EDIT: HERE YOU GO LAZY, JUST FOR YOU












SEA FOAM DEEP CREEP

DEEP CREEP a Multitude of Uses!

LUBRICATES pulleys, ball bearings, hinges, wheels, fishing reels, sewing machines, valves, locks, rollers, toys, bicycle chains, gears, fan blades and drawers.

PENETRATES rusted parts, seized parts, muffler clamps, heat risers and exhaust bolts.

CLEANS grease, tar, adhesives and metal parts.
ALL OF THESE USES AND MANY MORE



Safe, Fast, and Reliable
Penetrates, Lubricates and Cleans
Penetrating lubricant
Penetrates rusted parts
Air intake cleaner
Carbon remover
Engine fogging oil
Starting spray with lube
Airtool lubricant and cleaner
Gun cleaner and lubricant
Lock lubricant and de-icer
Moisture dispersant
Metal surface protectant
Road tar remover
Adhesive and grease cleaner
Lubricates pulleys, hinges, locks and toys and much more!




Cleans, penetrates, lubricates and dries, all from a 100% pure petroleum product. For use in all 2 and 4 cycle gas and diesel engines. Spray into carburetor to start engines. Use to clean and lubricate air tools, door locks, and guns. Hundreds of household and shop uses. DEEP CREEP works with instant action and is oxygen sensor safe. DEEP CREEP is SEA FOAM in an aerosol can.


DEEP CREEP Air Intake Cleaner
Run engine to normal operating temperature.
Shut engine off and disconnect air intake boot.
Spray DEEP CREEP into throat with throttle plate open. Saturate and soak. Clean with a soft toothbrush or cloth if necessary.
Spray into throat with straw attached to finalize cleaning.
Reconnect air intake boot and drive.
Make sure exhaust is well ventilated as fumes may be extreme for a short time.
Safe for teflon coatings, lubricates bushings.

DEEP CREEP Carbon Cleaner

Gives smoother idle
Cleans intake valves and pistons
Cures hesitations and pings
Restores power and pickup


With engine warm, keep on high idle and spray through carburetor, or throttle body throat. If engine is port injected, use only vacuum lines that feed all cylinders. When engine is loaded up, turn off ignition. Restart engines after 5 minutes. Make sure exhaust is well ventilated as fumes will be extreme for a short time. Ideal for small engines. Use a Schraeder Valve hose attachment if needed for outboard motors. For further cleaning, use SEA FOAM MOTOR TREATMENT in tank.

DEEP CREEP Engine Fogging

For storage, the engine should be thoroughly saturated internally with DEEP CREEP. Spray through carburetor, throttle body or vacuum line and into the spark plug holes. Use Schraeder Valve hose attachment if needed for outboards.
DEEP CREEP Penetrating Lubricant/Cleaner/Drier

Frees rusted and sticky parts upon contact, DEEP CREEP immediately begins to "Creep" deeply into otherwise unreachable targets. Stops squeaks, displaces moisture, protects and cleans metal parts. Is your best chance to free a seized engine. Saturate area with DEEP CREEP and soak. When parts are severely stuck, use DEEP CREEP after parts have been heated.

Starting Spray with Lube

Spray DEEP CREEP into carburetor, spark plug holes or into main manifold vacuum lines to start gasoline engines, two and four cycle. Spray light mist into air intake to start diesel engines. Engine exhaust may be extreme for a few minutes. Use DEEP CREEP in well ventilated areas only.

Gun Cleaner and Oil

DEEP CREEP cleans and dissolves buildup of gun powder and lubricates parts with only one application.

Moisture Disperser

DEEP CREEP Disperses moisture off metal parts and surfaces. Use on wet engines, parts, bolts, clamps, etc. To lubricate and keep from rusting.

Air Tool Oil

DEEP CREEP lubricates, dissolves varnish and dries moisture. Spray into nipple.

Door Lock De-Icer

Spray DEEP CREEP into frozen or corroded locks to dry, melt ice and lubricate.
 

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Dobermansx said:
I was typing when you posted the link...I didn't see it until I refreshed the page.
I posted that link almost an hour before you posted, but ok.

Yeller
 

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Thanx yeller. I did the vacuum thing with the liquid Seafoam last summer, and it helped. Thought at the time that the Seafoam can just wasn't suited for the intake to the TB.

Gonna get me some........:thumbup
 
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