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Old 03-05-2008, 10:16 PM   #1
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Hey guys...
After seafoaming, I cleaned the Throttle Body by spraying Deep Creep, and using a brush . After the cleaning I went to start the car and it reved up to the normal 3000, but then instead of steadily dropping it bogged down. The smoke was quite prevalent. When I try and start it, it will fire for a second, but bog down again. After letting it sit for about 45 minutes, it started up to 3000 and then bogged, with the immediate boggs after that.

As of now, Im going to let it sit overnight, and try tomorrow. If you have any ideas ,or if I did something terribly wrong, please let me know.

Is it possible than any of the deposits I freed up traveled down and clogged something?
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Cancel That. After about an hour it started up and ran great, despite the smoke-screen. After about half a mile it was all burned up.I got back home and took off the elbow to look inside, and it looks almost new. I wasnt expecting much due to the low miles, but it seemed to smooth it out a little, which is weird because its already so smooth its scary; especially compared to the SOHC Saturn I drive daily.
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