Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
I recently used the product, SEA FOAM in my air intake system. The seconed I dropped it into the line that comes off the brake booster, I began to hear a "Knock". The truck runs great and I am getting mixed reviews on what the problem could be. I am also having a tough time finding the source of the Knock. Could what I did, cause a rod to bend? It is consistent with the RPMS on the engine, increasing speed of knocking.
You've done some Mischief to the engine. However in your defence i think it more co-insidance that it happened at that moment. Sounds like you threw a rod. OOOOPPPPPSSSSS!!!!!! Steve in UK
Posted on May 13, 2009
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