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Old 02-13-2010, 09:25 AM
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does a bad egr cooler n oil cooler mess up head gaskets??

my truck is being wrked on right now.. FCDP full egr delete kit is getn put on.. n oil cooler kit.. but ive read bout ppl getn their head gaskets replaced along w oil cooler n egr delete.. y would they be gettn their head gaskets replaced?? does the bad erg cooler n oil cooler have anything to do w it??
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an EGR failure could cause a headgasket failure or a week spot... if your gonna replace head gaskets then head studs would be a good idea
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[QUOTE=wriott;1711310]an EGR failure could cause a headgasket failure or a week spot... if your gonna replace head gaskets then head studs would be a good idea[/QUOT

culd u explain to me how this happens plz
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getting to the egr and oil cooler is right before you get the heads off. i would if it were me do studs and head gaskets if i was going that far into the motor. cheap insurance i call it
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getting to the egr and oil cooler is right before you get the heads off. i would if it were me do studs and head gaskets if i was going that far into the motor. cheap insurance i call it
well my trucks almos put bak 2gether i was jus woundern y put new head gaskets in.. like how does the egr cooler mess it up??.. n i thought bout the studs too.. but didnt get around to getn sum.. i didnt pay fo laber.. jus parts
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the EGR cooler and oil cooler are both huge factors in blown head gaskets the only two things your missing is heavy white smoke and empty coolant resvior... what happens is the EGR cooler will go out and leak and then cause the oil cooler to go out meaning the coolant and oil passages ways collide and coolant starts to mix with the oil then cylinders fill up with coolant after awhile the cylinders will get to hot and blow the gaskets..it all depends on how fast you catch the EGR cooler and get it fixed if you catch it and take care of it right away then iam sure you will be ok if you dont you will run into huge problems...and to know if the oil cooler bad to i think it has to be with 15-18psi iam not sure..someome will come in and correct me
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the EGR cooler and oil cooler are both huge factors in blown head gaskets the only two things your missing is heavy white smoke and empty coolant resvior... what happens is the EGR cooler will go out and leak and then cause the oil cooler to go out meaning the coolant and oil passages ways collide and coolant starts to mix with the oil then cylinders fill up with coolant after awhile the cylinders will get to hot and blow the gaskets..it all depends on how fast you catch the EGR cooler and get it fixed if you catch it and take care of it right away then iam sure you will be ok if you dont you will run into huge problems...and to know if the oil cooler bad to i think it has to be with 15-18psi iam not sure..someome will come in and correct me
ooohhh okay.. thank you for explaining.. and i did catch in time b4 it knocked out my oil cooler
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