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You only use about 1/3 of a can through the vacuum line, and the Tundra has good vacuum on it, so it'll suck up a 1/3 in about 5 or 10 seconds.
Seafoam is a petroleum based cleaner designed to work on pretty much any gasoline or diesel, two or four stroke, land or marine based engine designed. The main ways it is used in the engine by dumping the entire can in the fuel tank, using about a third of a can through a vacuum line, or about a third of a can through the oil fill port into the crankcase about 30 miles prior to an oil change.
On my Tundra, it shot a small puff of white smoke right at start-up, and at idle, there was nothing. As you start getting into the gas, more smoke will come out. It's not a bad product, and if you feel uneasy about the vacuum line, I would still recommend pouring a whole can in about half a tank of gas. It's designed to work with about 8 to 25 gallons of fuel, so 1/2 to 3/4 tank of fuel is perfect. And then drive as you normally would.
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2008 Black Double Cab, 5.7L, 4*4, SR5, bed liner and step rails
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