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04 6.0 coolant leak at small hose

I had a question the egr cooler hose on top of the motor the small one was leaking tore it down put the new one on the one side locks in place the other side slips on really easy is it supposed to the oring is in it is there pressure on this line how does it seal or does it get hot and seal at the oring.

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I need to replace the same hose on my 04. What has to come off to replace it?

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how do you know that is where it is leaking coolant from my 04 is dripping coolant off the back of motor i think it could be that little hose but i'm not sure i'm getting ready to finally install my egr delete and it should delete the hose also

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egr hose

Scott,

When the engine was cold I was able to get my small finger under the hose and there was antifreeze. Tasted and felt like antifreeze. I also used a dental mirror and that told the tale.
I have been researching egr delete products. Any idea on which one to use?
I digging in on Monday morning.
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we offer a pretty nice Full EGR delete kit;

First Coast Diesel Performance -Full EGR Delete Kit- Your Source For Powerstroke Performance

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egr/oil pump

Anyone know if the high pressure oil pump should be replaced when doing an egr delete?
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HPOP isn't a common replacement while doing an EGR delete, but the oil cooler rebuild is very common, and should be considered when doing the job.

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is there a kit for oil coller rebuild

2004 f 250 4x4 6.0 6" procomp lift 37" kuhmos 4" turbo back no kitty edge insight egr cooler delete
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is there a kit for oil coller rebuild
yes there is. We sell them PM me for prices.

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