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High Oil temps after EGR Delete and Oil Cooler

Hi, first time poster but I've been lurking for years. I have a problem with high oil temps around 260. Coolant is running around 195. I've just replaced the oil cooler and the egr cooler with a delete kit. I'm stumped and could use a little help. Thanks in advance.
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did you flush the system really good before you changed the oil cooler?
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Drained Flushed and Refilled by the dealer that did the work. I was on the road when it happened so I can't go back there to have it looked at again.
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is the clutch fan coming on?

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Yes it is. The engine coolant temps are fine. Just high oil temps.
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abrannan19 how well do you know FCDP? I am just north of them, and had some questions, like do they do the work at their shop? It looks like they do, but there is a rumor that I keep hearing that they only ship out parts? Which makes no sense to me, but do they do the work there?
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abrannan19 how well do you know FCDP? I am just north of them, and had some questions, like do they do the work at their shop? It looks like they do, but there is a rumor that I keep hearing that they only ship out parts? Which makes no sense to me, but do they do the work there?
HAHA, I am FCDP. We do work at our shop, its not parts only, we install everything we sell, If you have any other questions, shoot me an email abrannan19@aol.com

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awesome, I called yall today, I am waiting on my exhaust and programmer to get here today, trying to get my egr delete done this week. You think its a possibility?
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Did anyone figure out what was causing the oil temp to be so high ? Im having the same problem the egr and oil cooler are both working and original no problems there.
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