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post #1 of 2 Old 12-04-2011, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2004 f-350 I did an egr delete and new oil cooler in 2009. the in 2010 I did head gaskets studs oil cooler and added coolant filter. Now I have no oil on dipstick, oil in coolant. I put in arp studs and black onix gaskets. Do you think they blew out? I am draining coolant now and oil in the am. planning on putting oil and coolant in it and doing a pressure check on coolant system to check for blown head gaskets. Let me know your opinion. This is my main plow truck so I need it back as soon as possible.

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5 inch custom exhaust
K&N cold air kit
ARP studs and black onix gaskets
Egr delete
With more money in parts then payments
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Oil in the coolant means that you have a failed oil cooler. You need to replace the oil cooler and then flush the cooling system with simple green. Pm me with your email address and I'll get you a copy of the tsb addressing the oil in the coolant and the flushing directions also.

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