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Old 01-24-2014, 11:16 AM
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Egr block off plates

I have an 06 250 and am looking to do the egr delete plates but can not find them anywhere. I have searched for a couple of days with no results. I would do the entire delete but im under warranty and dont have those skills. Where can i find a good set. I have seen one on ebay but it does not look llike the other ones ive seen.

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Old 01-24-2014, 11:37 AM
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Here is the spool valve and block plate.

http://bit.ly/PlbN55

http://iprresearch.com/product.php?productid=96


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The thing that nighthawk posted goes on top of the engine into the intake manifold. It is used to replace the EGR VALVE what you are looking for is a plate that is inserted into the EGR cooler that prevents any exhaust from entering the EGR system from the source. I don't have a link but I would recommend that you have the end of the EGR cooler welded instead of capped off because some of those caps are made of very thin material and I think it is possible that they could under certain cercumstances burst and defeat their purpose while others don't get a good seal on the EGR cooler.
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I have done a lot of research on the spool and it looks easy to install. Now i have to figure out where the block off plate goes. I know it goes in an up pipe but honelstly have no idea where that is. IT sure would help for me to know what the guts of this truck look like since i just bought it. My problem is its -10 outside...
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Link to blocker plate is provided in my other post. Takes you to the IPR site.

The idea of the blocker plate is so you don't have to remove turbo or on some models, the intake. Just loosen the up-pipe to cooler connection and slide in plate, then re-clamp connection.

The spool plug goes in place of the EGR valve, remove valve and install plug. Leave valve connected electrically and tied to the side.

The plate is designed to prevent gases from entering the cooler and the plug is designed to stop coolant from entering the intake, should the EGR cooler were to fail.

I ran this set-up for 5 years with no issues. Made my own.










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I have done a lot of research on the spool and it looks easy to install. Now i have to figure out where the block off plate goes. I know it goes in an up pipe but honelstly have no idea where that is. IT sure would help for me to know what the guts of this truck look like since i just bought it. My problem is its -10 outside...

Here is good starting point, gives part location and sensors.

http://www.backglass.org/duncan/ps60_manual/


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Cool thanks for the pics. That helps!!
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Do you see any merit to building a cap to go over the valve itself? I've thought about this several times. If only there was an easy way to clean the scoop out of the up pipe

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Do you see any merit to building a cap to go over the valve itself? I've thought about this several times. If only there was an easy way to clean the scoop out of the up pipe

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It's a tight fit, if you look closely at the valve or spool plug, it shoulders down at the end. IIRC, it was like .020" step down on the OD. Not much room, and you would have to make that sleeve seal both against the valve and intake.


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It's a tight fit, if you look closely at the valve or spool plug, it shoulders down at the end. IIRC, it was like .020" step down on the OD. Not much room, and you would have to make that sleeve seal both against the valve and intake.


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Should have clarified. A cap for the valve when the plug is in place

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