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Old 10-12-2013, 02:13 PM
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Post EGR delete problems......

2006 6.0L 164k miles


Just out a BD EGR delete and an MBRP exhaust on and it now runs like crap... It'll start. Idle sounds horrible... What the heck!!! I spent two and a half full days doing the delete cause it was my first time doing it.

My EGR valve's bolts are broken off in the intake manifold but the EGR valve is in and sealed ok it will be fixed but could that have something to do with it.

Also my oil filter housing has two broken ears on it so the seal may be not 100% on it... I didn't notice it leaking oil but it's also getting replaced ASAP.

Third but last on the front of my fuel filter there's a little manifold going to an aluminum fuel line that I bent. Could this be the cause if the rough idle??? I


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Old 10-12-2013, 02:47 PM
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What the heck were you up to breaking bolts and things! Looking at what you have done to your fuel feed tube, you are probably having fuel delivery issues. If your EGR valve is not secured, you could expect it to pop off under pressure; however, you could expect a hard to remove one to stay in place until you are away from home, at night, it is raining, and without tools or a telephone!
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Haha well here's the thing, there was already one bolt missing on my oil filter housing, and one piece of the cast came off when I was takin it off. I'm getting a new one haha its that simple.

My EGR valve was a weird one too. It already had a bolt snapped off in my intake manifold and some idiot torqued it to a zillion ft/lbs of torque so naturally it broke when I tried to take it off too.




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i would start by fixing all the broken things.
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Looking at what you have done to your fuel feed tube, you are probably having fuel delivery issues.
I completely agree about that pinched fuel feed tube. I would start by trying to replace that and go from there
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Old 10-12-2013, 07:27 PM
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correct me if I'm wrong but the pics are a bit misleading. It appears to me that it's the return line (coming from the fuel pressure regulator) that is kinked.

The feed tube is the J tube that goes into the large diameter banjo bolt, it looks okay from what I can tell.
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Do you have a monitor? What is the Icp and IPR numbers, FICM volts, is the egr delete leaking... Are the up pipes leaking? Maybe you forgot to plug a sensor back in? It happens to the best of us. It's easy to over look the small things especially when your frustrated with other problems that happen while fixing your truck.
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