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Old 01-04-2012, 09:09 PM
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Egr delete and blue spring kit install

Gonna install my mkm Egr delete and blue spring upgrade this weekend anyone got install instructions or tips ? Thanks guys
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My tip is to replace the oil cooler as well....Where ya located?
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Old 01-04-2012, 10:12 PM
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Did oil cooler delete 2 months ago when I did hgs and such put a new Egr cooler cause didn't have money for a delete and cooler was under warrenty


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It's not bad at all. If you're going to take the upper coolant hose off while you're doing the delete that's the easiest way to get at the cover to install the fuel spring. As far as the EGR delete just loosten all your exhaust stuff up before you take it apart. This makes putting it back together a lot easier when you have to line the Y pipe back up. And take your dipstick out before you start climbing around under the hood or you're going to break it. I learned that the hard way.
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Here you go this is a great post by Band_ Member on the fuel pressure reg spring install. Just remember about 99% of the 6.0 running around have low fuel pressure and don't know it.
Fuel Regulator Upgrade w/ Pictures - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com
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And get someone on top of the engine to hold the nuts on the up pipe, it will save a lot of time, and remove the downpipe if possible, it gives a lot of room to work. Good luck and don't get mad, it takes a good bit of time to do and being patient pays off, trust me.
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