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ECT & EOT Deltas

Hey y'all I have a 2004 F-250 6.0 and I just installed an EGR delete on it this last week. I'm noticing now that when I first start driving my truck before it's up to operating temp the ECT is about 13-15* warmer than the EOT. It used to not be this high. Once the truck gets up to around 175* though they're staying about 5-8* apart from there out. I know that a 15* delta is the threshold for telling if your oil cooler is bad but I wasn't sure if it makes a difference whether the EOT or ECT is the higher temp. Just wondering if this is normal or if this is the sign of a failing cooler. Thanks!
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When I had my OEM oil cooler set up my oil temp would lag behind the coolant temp as well. I dont beleive this is anything to be worried about.
Heck it even does it now with my bullet proof set up.

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When I had my OEM oil cooler set up my oil temp would lag behind the coolant temp as well. I dont beleive this is anything to be worried about.
Heck it even does it now with my bullet proof set up.

Thanks man, that makes me feel better!
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