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Old 05-30-2014, 10:20 AM
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Deltas vs Egr valve

So I removed my egr valve the other day to clean it. Valve was moist so that means egr is bad (I assume)
My deltas are pretty good. So I'm confused. What does this mean.

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your EGR cooler has a crack in it so it is leaking cooler through and into the intake
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OK is that what normally happens?
I totally trust your diagnosis but just curious as to how you know that?

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heating up and cooling down alot where 1100+ degree EGT's vs 200 degree coolant temp is kind of shocking to metal, day in and day out
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Think you're gonna need an oil cooler too bud, 228* is a little hot
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Think you're gonna need an oil cooler too bud, 228* is a little hot
he's already looking at parts to do ARP's and all that stuff, tis why I kept my mouth shut about it
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he's already looking at parts to do ARP's and all that stuff, tis why I kept my mouth shut about it
Thanks for telling me AFTER I opened my big mouth.
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Thanks for telling me AFTER I opened my big mouth.
I figured you just liked talking
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I'm sure I've said it to you before but damn those temps are high. I've never seen any that high ever. I'm not tuned either. But 221/215 unloaded is real high to me. Like I told ya before... 204 has been the highest and that was towing hard down to the keys. And that tranny temp seems high to me also. I don't think I've ever seen mine over 167 towing 9K or unloaded.

A wet egr to me would only mean a leaking egr cooler. Goodluck.


P.S. Parked next to your trucks twin at dolphin mall the other weekend. Well, almost twin, except for the spot light and transformer badges. Same looking black rims with front guard and all.
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Hahaha Lol I know I can't wait to take her in and get it bulletproofed egr delete studded etc it. I read that 100 above ambient temp is normal for transmission it was 86 at the time so that's good. I guess I need to drive normal when I drive normal it rarely goes above 210 I was with some friends and showing off mashing it, till I noticed the Temps. Just started saving should take me about 3 months. Should have done it from the beginning instead of all the cosmetics already put like $8k in 3 months could have had it fully bulletproofed and new radiator etc

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