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Exclamation Egr delete and still puked?

I was pullin our stock trailer up an incline and all the temps were good until after i was over the hill. Thats when my coolant temps got up to 235-238 degrees and the oil was around 215, and it puked coolant. Does this mean my Oil Cooler is bad?
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were you running any tunes... I would think it would have been a low coolant issue or possibly a stuck thermostat or your coolant cap might need to be replaced..
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or worse case you blew a gasket...
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I have a hypertech max energy on it, and my coolant level was good.
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And my boost was around 24-25psi, and the rpms were around 1800-1900, i also had the tow haul on. My speed was also around 60-65
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did the temps go up and stay there or after it puked they went down..?
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Generally puking out the cap is a sign of head gaskets gone bad and white out the tailpipe is egr cooler.Oil and coolant is usually an oil cooler.

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Yes the coolant went down quite a bit faster then the oil. Then after they went down it stayed over the 15degree delta for about 5 miles
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Its has only puked 2 times and that was when pulling this trailer. First time i still had the egr cooler, this time i didn't.
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did you rebuild the oil cooler when you deleted the egr?

do you still have your egr valve plugged in?
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