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well, if you're adding coolant, it's going somewhere. You could have blown EGR Cooler, and you'll use a ton of coolant that way. Also if the EGR cooler is blown, you run the risk of blowing head gaskets, and or hydrolocking the engine. Simple check is to remove EGR Valve, and jack up truck 5 or 6 inches in the rear. Then let sit for about 15 minutes. After it has sat, check in the hole where the EGR valve goes and see if it's wet. If it is, then you got a bad cooler, if it's not, then you got to look at other things.
07 F350 King Ranch. SCT by Innovative!!
4" Magnaflow Turboback, Coolant Fiter System, ARP Studs, Sneaky Pipe by Elite Diesel.