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Old 04-06-2008, 08:01 PM
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egr delete kit

Is this supposed to be safe what are the benifits and most of all does it work and howhard is it to install thanks for the help
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their is a great write up in this months diesel power mag. about EGR delete/ bypass
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punctuation will go far in life. lol yes, it's safe. the benefit is completely eliminating the possibly of an egr cooler failure and if it does that it is working. Install isn't easy.
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punctuation will go far in life. lol
...so do capital letters at the beginning of sentences!

EGR (cooler?) delete will provide a lot more longevity for your engine and eliminate EGR and EGR cooler failures, which are most common on the 6.0L's. For what its worth, you can either do the delete or the bypass; the bypass is simpler. On the 03's you only need to remove your exhaust up-pipe and install a block off plate into the EGR cooler intake neck and reinstall. It's not the easiest thing to do, but much simpler than removing your EGR cooler and rerouting your exhaust and coolant line.
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here at the org we offer powerstroke diesel info along with a healthy dose of grade school english classes. We at the org encourage you to sign up and join the fun. lol

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here at the org we offer powerstroke diesel info along with a healthy does of grade school english classes. We at the org encourage you to sign up and join the fun. lol
does, Dose same letters just mixed up LOL
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lol
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punctuation will go far in life. lol yes, it's safe. the benefit is completely eliminating the possibly of an egr cooler failure and if it does that it is working. Install isn't easy.
While you are teaching punctuation class, why not try a spelling class too...i think you meant possibility not possibly of an egr failure..lol
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damn, you got me.
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How much are the lessons and the EGR delete kit sign me up! lol
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