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      Removing sensor before catalytic converter
      add Seaform directly into catalytic converter
      leaving it to soak overnight
      put sensor back
      and run engine for 30 to 60 minutes.

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          I’m intrigued by this idea, but I’m not sure if it’s worth the risk. What if the seaweed clogs up my engine or causes damage to the sensors? I’d hate to end up with a bigger problem than I started.

          On a related note, has anyone ever tried using rice instead of seaweed? I’ve heard that rice can absorb moisture and help clean out the engine, and it seems like it might be a safer option than seaweed. Thoughts?

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