08-17-2012, 04:52 AM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Sorry, got mixed up with terms. Talking about transmissions and then saying the Converter was clogged, thought you were refering to the Torque Converter. As for the catalytic converters they can breakdown from age, leaded fuel (racing fuels) oil burning and I suspect using SeaForm. I don't believe in magic elixlirs. On their website they state the formula is 65 years old and does not harm any of the engine systems. Even the leaded gas of 65 years ago would ruin a present day cat. Burning a petrolem base formula of the quanity and strength needed to breakdown and remove engine buildup would be in my opinion exceedly strong and probably not for sale over the counter to the general public. IMO, the only positive attribute SeaFoam might might have is to remove moisture from the fuel system. My 2 cents...
Back to the problem, have you rolled up your rpm holding second gear to see if the engine starts missing or hits a wall? Bad cats should choke the engine pretty consistantly around the same rpm. A fresh tune-up always is a good starting point. Also, the MAP sensor feeds input to the transmission indicating load. Possible bad connector, wire or sensor. Just thinking out loud... good luck..
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