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post #1 of 12 Old 02-06-2013, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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Quick standpipe question

2004 6.0.....icp is by the turbo so assuming its not 2004.5.

The standpipes that came in the kit are 2 peice, but i see on google old ones are 1 hole part.

Im assuming i have the wrong stand pipes and yet more money im out from others mistakes.

So if this is true i must get the 2003 standpipes then.

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9/23/03 and after build date is the 2004.5 MY engine.


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9/23/03 and after build date is the 2004.5 MY engine.
No idea what you mean here.
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He means if your truck was built after September 23, 2003 that it is a 2004 and a half engine. The IPR will be on the right side valve cover also.

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Nother dumber question

Door tag says 04/04 build date. Were do i tell on engine what year it was built.
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if the icp sensor is located at the back, under the turbo, next to the ipr valve, it's early build. and will use the threaded stand pipes. if that's the case, you have the wrong ones. if the icp sensor is located at the passenger side valve cover, you have a wavy rail with the late stand pipes, and you have the right ones.
your build date indicates that the engine you should have in there is late, w/icp at passenger valve cover. unless someone replaced the engine at some point with an early unit

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Were can i find just the 2 o-rings or the size of them for just the standpipes them for the early years since my sensors behind the turbo. Rather just buy the o-rings then hole pipe.
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Any one on were to just buy the o-rings for the early style stand plugs? No point buying hole new pipe when all is need'd is two o-rings
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Have you pulled the pipes yet? If not your in for a suprise....These pipes will twist before they break loose. You will need new stand pipes. Where are you located? I in the same boat as you. My build date on the door is 05/04 and I have the original to the truck early build motor.




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The 2 pc is the new style and is the updated part for all engines, the one pc. Is NLA., you are good.

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