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Old 06-12-2011, 03:39 PM
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6,0 regen?

I am fairly new to all this 6.0 deal. My truck smells as if it is overheating alot of the time, however, the temp guage shows different. Does the 06 models have regen? If they do I already know what to do...I just dont know if it goes into regen or not..
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:44 PM
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No regen on a 6.0.
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u probably blew ur headgaskets or maybe jst the EGR cooler
look at the degaus bottle (overflow tank on driver side firewall) see if it is all white around the top from blowing out. I assume you smell it in the cab?
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No regen on a 6.0.
And that is WHY I am keeping my 6.0 for as long as possible.
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however, the temp guage shows different.
If you're looking at a stock gauge, it is almost certain to be inaccurate. You may well be overheating and the gauge is acting normal. Mine reads in the "normal" range when my engine is only at 100*.
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