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De-Gas Tank Question
I noticed one fellow put a inline filter on the hose that goes from the top of the radiator to the de-gas tank , I did this using a clear Fram fuel filter and over a few days time noticed it collecting debris! so it somewhat works ...
But what about the hose that comes off the intake manifold back to the tank ?? does this one actually FLOW coolant back to the tank ? , it is the EGR Coolant De-Airation Port I am talking about ...since coolant Flows thru the manifold that is tapped into by this port ? I'm thinking it Should ? or is it also an "overflow " type setup ??
The reason I am asking is all I can find states > this port is the EGR Deareation Port -this port and hose must not be obstucted to De-gas system or EGR Coolant Filter failure can occur
I did the Egr delete so what would it hurt by putting in a filter system off this port ? I could run this hose to a remote spin on coolant filter / returning back to tank .... if it will work ??
If no one replies .......guess I will just have to start truck and pull hose off de-gas tank and see what happens ?? LOL
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'05 F250SD > Ranch Hand HD Bumper w/skid plate & KC's, 2.5" Leveling Kit, Firestone Rear Bags, 305/17 Goodyear Wranglers, Hide-a-Ball Hitch, SCTx3 by Vivian , EGR Delete, 4" open exhaust , 6.4 Banjo Bolts , Fuel Reg. upgrade kit , cold air intake by me , '03 Turbo by HPTurbochargers,46 gal.aux.tank, ARP Studs / Factory Gaskets.
Last edited by Rmorgan711; 01-19-2011 at 02:37 PM.