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Clean EGR or delete?

Hey guys I have a question might be a stupid one too but here it goes. I got my 6.4 serviced at the dealership and was told my EGR needed some serious cleaning.... I'm thinking about doing a EGR, dpf delete here soon. Question is do I need the cleaning before I delete the EGR or just delete and that should take care of it since it won't be in use???
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Delete....and don't look back.

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Delete!!

I'm gonna say that is gonna be your overall consensus.


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Delete....
like everyone else has said

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Clean what?

The coolant or exhaust part?

Coolant = delete
Exhaust = delete or use blocking plates and with tuner disable CMD EGR or set to 0
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Thanks guys. They didn't mention if the coolant or exhaust needed the cleaning. I just thought I should clean it prior to deleting, But I'll just go ahead and delete it. Thanks
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You could clean a portion of your intake when you delete. You will see why when you get into it.! its gross
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You could clean a portion of your intake when you delete. You will see why when you get into it.! its gross
Kind of risky if you knock debris loose and don't get them out or you leave a sharp edge that air flow could catch and it come off a decent size while running

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