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post #1 of 7 Old 12-19-2012, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Eot & ect staying between 10-15

07 6.0 70000 miles ect & eot staying between 10-15 with no load just die Egr delete and new oil cooler new radiator new clutch fan new water pump any ideas????
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That is where you want to be, 10-15 degrees. Maybe I'm misunderstanding.

Just to throw it out there, unloaded and on the highway..i can see up to a 20 degree variance, been like that for about 2 years and everything has been good. Well not good, i think i have an injector on the way out.

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What are your readings cold? It could be a sensor reading off, the reading should be close cold. Are your ect at least 190 plus or minus a degree. If not it could be a stuck t-stat. We kind of need some readings operating temp and cold temp. You could have the wrong balance of coolant to water ratio.
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Same here... At 65 mph on the highway, my deltas are generally bewteen 9-11 degrees. It's been like that since changing out oil cooler and coolant two years ago. I've accepted it as just the way it is.


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Yes at 65 it's between 9-11 I don't care as long as its not hurting anything but win u turn programmer up to extreme it blows coolant win u turn it off and put it on stock and pull 10000 camper it blows coolant and over heats I'm thinking hgs bc I've replace everything!!!
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but win u turn programmer up to extreme it blows coolant win u turn it off and put it on stock and pull 10000 camper it blows coolant and over heats I'm thinking hgs bc I've replace everything!!!
Real good possibility, sorry i know it sucks dealing with it.

What programmer are you using?

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