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Does anyone have a reason why I shouldn't pour a bottle of Seafoam in my fuel filter housing when I change the filter? I've done this on my diesel LandCruiser and my Golf TDI MK4 for years.

Also, no VCDS so I will only be able to cycle the ignition to try to run the fuel pump.
 

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I haven't done the seafoam, but I do use a bottle or two or diesel purge, fill the housing about 80% before tighting down the top and pour the remaining into the tank, and then turn the key on and open the bleeder screw until fuel come out, tighten and then start it. Usually let it run for about 5-10 minutes before driving.
 

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Does anyone have a reason why I shouldn't pour a bottle of Seafoam in my fuel filter housing when I change the filter? I've done this on my diesel LandCruiser and my Golf TDI MK4 for years. Also, no VCDS so I will only be able to cycle the ignition to try to run the fuel pump.
I use Powerservice, or Stanadyne. Whatever is available.
 
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