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Old 09-20-2010, 09:16 AM
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EGR delete now What?

Did the sinister diesel egr delete on an '06 F-350 6.0. What is the cheapest way to turn the CEL off now?
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:23 AM
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Plug your egr valve back in and lay it ontop of your engine, or if youhave custom tunes on your SCT, the person that wrote your tunes can rewrite it to turn it off
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The egr is still plugged in and in place. The code says faulty egr.
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Plug your egr valve back in and lay it ontop of your engine, or if youhave custom tunes on your SCT, the person that wrote your tunes can rewrite it to turn it off
I thought 05 and newer used IAT for the EGR system so just laying it on top will not change IAT, or am I wrong. If I am I have a few to schedule..
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someone else will have to chime in on that problem. How's the truck running with the kit installed?
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Custom tuning is the only way to turn the CEL off.

Especially with fords newest flash
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The truck runs great and the kit was a great quality. I was under the impression that leaving the egr in place would eliminate CEL.
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:42 AM
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The truck runs great and the kit was a great quality. I was under the impression that leaving the egr in place would eliminate CEL.
Not with an 05 up
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