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Park the truck with the nose downhill pull the egr valve and look for signs of wetness. If that is present the egr is most likely ruptured. The majority if the time the egr ruptures due to the oil cooler being clogged. In order to diagnose head gaskets both of them need to be in working order.
Do you have a monitor on the truck? If so what were eot and ect?
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2015 F250 Lariat- stock....for now
2006 F350 Lariat----SOLD