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This is likely a result of lower fuel efficiency due to city driving and driving with a cool engine. Engines have an optimal operating temperature, which is normally around a couple of hundred degrees Fahrenheit. At this temperature, warmer engine fluids allow for less friction, fuel vaporizes and combusts more readily, and the engine is overall more ...


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Engine oil. Trans fluid. Brake fluid. Power steering fluid. Windshield washer fluid. Coolant. Battery fluid. Dif. Transfer case. Gas/Diesel. Battery coolant (Hybrid).


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The gas will continue to oxidize for years, eventually turning into a sticky varnish. Definitely add more Sea Foam and take the car for a drive, so the treated gas gets into the fuel injectors, intake valves, top piston rings and exhaust valves. You almost can't add too much Sea Foam, so I'd put 4 oz. per gallon. Adding STA-BIL simultaneously will only ...


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If the car runs fine you should be OK-just put some fresh fuel in soon.


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