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Old 06-01-2009, 05:44 PM
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Studs, EGR Delete and puking coolant.....

Anyone ever heard of or seen a 6.0 puke coolant after ARP studs installed and a full EGR delete? I've not seen one do it, just wondering what the possibilities of it happening are.
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yes, actually i have been puking coolant like crazy lately, it turns out the connector in the wiring harness on my fan clutch was broke so the fan would never kick on, anytime i got in traffic the truck would overheat causing the coolant to boil.
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yes, actually i have been puking coolant like crazy lately, it turns out the connector in the wiring harness on my fan clutch was broke so the fan would never kick on, anytime i got in traffic the truck would overheat causing the coolant to boil.
Well I can see that, so I guess I should have said when everything is working properly, has anyone seen it happen?
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Oil coolers cause coolant puking.
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Doug just get rid of the sick 0
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Nope, I like it. I'm not having any issues, just wondering.
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Nope, I like it. I'm not having any issues, just wondering.
I know just giving you a hard time
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you can still blow the EGR cooler if you just have it blocked... the Delete is the route to go... but yes if you are pushing big power you can warp the head and still puke coolant...
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