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Old 12-20-2010, 02:47 PM
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egr delete and still puking

I have head studs and a egr delete but when I get on it pukes out the degas bottle. what is up?
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if you have an egr delete and its still puking its most likely head gaskets... its possible that when the studs were done and the heads were not checked for flatness and caused the HG's to blow again.
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How will I no It runs great. never over heats. EGTs never get over 1100. There in no coolant in the oil. No tunes yet
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never over 1100 @ WOT
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What are your oil temps?
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That is the only gauge I don't have. I will be ordering one now though. The truck has a external oil cooler on it. It is taped into the top of the oil filter cap and dumps into the oil fill tube.
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Do you have to lift the cab off to do the head gaskets when it has studs?
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How will I no It runs great. never over heats. EGTs never get over 1100. There in no coolant in the oil. No tunes yet
Mine ran great and had 5 out of 8 cylinders blown! If it is building pressure before the engine warms up it could be the hg. also if you let it sit over night and there is still pressure in the morning then it could also be hg. I am no expert but everything I read said if it has exces pressure then they are blown.
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no,you can do it cab on....
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Well I checked the degas bottle no pressure. It has been setting for about 3 hrs. temp gauge reads cold. What else can cause that.? Is bad head gaskets the only thing that does that?
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