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Replacing EGR and oil cooler, special tools?

I am about to order my Egr delete and new oil cooler. before i do this job is there and special tools i might need to rent or buy? i have you basic socket set with screw drivers and wrenchs etc. are power tools or torque wrenchs need? i dont want to get to a part and have to stop to go the store. and special cleaner or things to stay away from.

TL;DR what do i need to do this job/what did u need or use?

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Oil cooler removal/replacement with pics and tips. This is a great post on an egr delete and oil cooler replacement,

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Penetrating oil for the up-pipe - bolts. Give it lots of time to work, if you can. But it really depends on the corrosion level. Anti-seize and blue thread fastener is needed for some threads.

Torque wrench is a must for some, if not all fasteners. No other special tools except metric. Power tools will make it faster, but definitely not required or recommended for the install.

Southend's write up is 100 times more detailed than the repair manual! It almost took as long to read the write up as it did to remove my EGR cooler. But for that one, the engine was already on a stand.

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