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Old 12-06-2010, 01:58 PM
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Santa's sleigh getting ARP's installed before christmas

I hope the elves can get it done in time!
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Congrats! Are you doing it yourself or are you having them done at a shop?
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Old 12-06-2010, 02:27 PM
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Shops doing it. They misdiagnosed it at egr cooler so I had them put in a bullet proof egr cooler, new oem oil cooler, new y pipe (was cracked and leaking at flex joint), coolant flush and oil change. They put it all togeather and it still pukes. Which sucks couse now I gotta pay for the egr stuff. Oh well! The HG's are covered under warranty so I'm happy about that one.
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Sucks that it has to come back apart, but at least part of it is covered under warranty!
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So I pick up the truck tonight and made an appointment to bring it back next tuesday for the HG job. I pop the hood, look at the degas bottle and they have it full almost to the top! Of course its gonna puke! Anybody that knows anything about the 6.0 knows that the min. line is the max line. So I bring it home and drain it down to where it's supposed to be, take it for a spin with my extreme race tune and no puking! Well well well, what should I do. The warranty company already said to do the HG's so I'm thinking go ahead and get it done. I'm worried though, should I let these guys work on my truck anymore? They didnt even get the coolant level right! Kinda scarry! What should I do?
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:26 PM
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Just do it if they screw up it is their fault anyway. You are saving a ton of money if labor is free.
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Hum... hard one. Kinda where I was. While I was there, just thought....do it. But..... if it aint broke?
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:38 PM
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Very true. I just get tired of hacks working on my truck. I'm VERY picky when it comes to my truck. But your right, I should get it done while I can. And they said they will bury the cost of the ARP's in the job so I wont have to pay for those. Just $100 deductable.
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:41 PM
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The worst part of it is its one of my plow trucks and I need it on the road now more than ever. But thats my luck. Maybe it won't snow when its in the shop. I can always hope.
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By the way, Galaxie, where did you find your avitar? I admire it when ever I see your posts. Gotta love the female form!
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