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Old 12-22-2012, 11:48 AM
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EGR block off plates images and description

I had a few guys asking about the egr block off plates and what they looked like and where they are installed.

Here are some pics of the block off plates installed.

As you can see the plates replace the longer egr pipe that goes from the manifold to the egr.



The plate that bolts onto the egr port is the solid plate.



The plate that bolts onto the manifold port is the one with a bung which you install one of the temp probes from the exhaust.



In the first picture you can see a temp probe that is installed in the shorter egr pipe. If you follow that sensors cord underneath the air intake inlet, you will find its plug, this is where you unplug that sensor, and plug in the sensor you installed into the block off plate.




In the first picture you can also see a orange plug on the left side, this is the egr valve plug which you must unplug after you install the block off plates as well.



There is one more orange plug which is the egr butterfly valve plug which is under the air intake inlet that needs to be unplugged as well after installing the block off plates.


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Old 12-22-2012, 12:20 PM
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I hear that the block off plates are getting harder and harder to find now that H&S has stopped making them.

I was wondering if H&S would release the dimensions and specs of the block off plates, that way someone could have them custom made by a machinest or maybe even another company could start making them.
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I made mine, it took longer to draw them in CAD than it did to burn them out on the plasma table and machine them in a CNC mill.

At $39.00/set we would have absolutely no interest in using $250k worth of machines to make them.
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Street diesel performance makes them still..
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I am pretty sure I have forgotten to unplug the 2nd orange plug(butterfly valve). Have been running the truck for a few weeks now. Have I damaged anything? No codes. Trucks runs fine.

I mistakenly thought that the stock pyro coming off one of the EGR tubes was the butterfly valve.
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I am pretty sure I have forgotten to unplug the 2nd orange plug(butterfly valve). Have been running the truck for a few weeks now. Have I damaged anything? No codes. Trucks runs fine.

I mistakenly thought that the stock pyro coming off one of the EGR tubes was the butterfly valve.
Should be fine. I would just unplug the sensor now.

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I am searching for it now. Can't seem to find it. I am running WITH EGR bolted to the truck, just unplugged.
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I am searching for it now. Can't seem to find it. I am running WITH EGR bolted to the truck, just unplugged.
When your standing in front of the truck look right behind radiator just to the right of the middle of the radiator. Its right above the fan belt. Its kind of a pain to get to.

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Got it. It's the hose that comes from/to the Intercooler. Can't believe I missed it.

Thanks brother!
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Got it. It's the hose that comes from/to the Intercooler. Can't believe I missed it.

Thanks brother!
Sweet!
Haha I was running out of ways to describe the location.

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