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Re: White residue?
There is little chance of hydrolocking these engines with simply blown head gaskets as the coolant doesn't enter the cylinders. The cylinder pressures pass through the leaking gasket and pressurize the cooling system thus causing the puking. Now if he had a ruptured egr cooler then yes you most definitely can hydrolock the engine.
True, when it's running.
He has the EGR deleted. If it is puking with the EGR deleted it means one of 4 possibilities or a combination of the 4.
1. Blown head gaskets.
2. Cracked fuel rails/injector cups causing fuel to leak into the coolant and pushes out the degas bottle.
3. Coolant level is to high in the bottle.
4. The cap is bad and needs replaced.
Do you have a monitor in the truck? I am willing to bet you just cracked at least one of your heads if your letting the truck run up to hot on the idiot gauge on the dash. By the time that thing registers it is already to hot.
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