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what is the part number for GM's Top end cleaner? and is this stuff safe or good to use in our trailblazer ss?
 

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hey Greg next time i order something from you remind me to add a couple of these to my order. i'm needing some right now so ill have to go locally for today. This stuff is safe for the TBSS correct?
 

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Same as Seafoam and MMO.
 

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How is this stuff used?
 

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Always wanted to try this, just scared to mess something up!
 

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I take the air intake off at the throttle body, unplug the MAF sensor or the car will not run. start the car and spray directly into the throttle body making sure to hit all the dirty spots. if the car tries to die stop for a second then finish spraying the whole can. as soon as the can is empty turn the car off. put air intake back on and plug the MAF sensor back in. let the car sit for a few min, the can will tell you how long. then simply start the car back up and let it run untill it don't smoke any more. "it will smoke like crazy for a min or two" then your done. these instructions are on the back of the can also.
 

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There is not much to mess up its pretty simple. and this stuff works great i have used it in the past with other cars. i just wanted to make sure it was OK to use with our LS motors and it looks like its OK from what i hear. no problem yet at least lol. GM did this to my moms cadillac, and charged her about $80.00. it takes 5 min to do and is so easy, and if you order it from Greg "two-tons-of-fun" its only $10.36. can beat that
 

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Is this necessary to do with only 40,000 miles?
 

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I would like to add, once you to a top end cleaner, it's a very good idea to change plugs.
does this stuff damage the plugs?
 

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It fouls them up.
I'm planning on installing headers and high flow catted y-pipe next week so I wanna get all the gunk out the top end before the install. The TBSS has 72k on it so I think it's due for a cleaning
 

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yes, that number is still good... and i have 33 of them sitting on my shelf... 10.36 a piece...
Hey Greg is part number # 88861802 the same stuff ? I just bought some but it's in a bottle and does not have instructions
 
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