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Old 12-30-2013, 04:03 AM
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Have an 11 f250 119K miles. My engine light icon is on now but I don't see any issues with gauges or performance yet. I was thinking of deleting all the pollution garbage. If I do what are the dangers of doing this and how difficult is it. Also what company should I buy materials from. I just hear 2 days ago the EPA has come down on the manufactures of these items and they're no longer available. Is that true. It seems like I can only find pieces of info on doing this delete and don't understand if I should or shouldn't. Thanks
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At 119k I would do it for sure. Go to Rudys Diesel they have everything you need online.
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Ok thanks, but what's the downside if any of doing the delete?
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Only down side people don't like is it may void your warranty. But you over 100k so there is no down side!

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Ok thanks, but what's the downside if any of doing the delete?
Only downside I see is the truck isn't as quiet. But who wants a quiet truck..... I have a 5" straight pipe and there is a significant drown accelerating but cruising its quite with a nice rumble. My wife doesn't mind it at all so im happy. Oh and your neighbors will kill you starting it up on a cold morning and your fuel milage will suffer because its so fun to hammer down.
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If you have to pass emissions testing you may not want to delete. Other than that I would go for it.


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Have an 11 f250 119K miles. My engine light icon is on now but I don't see any issues with gauges or performance yet. I was thinking of deleting all the pollution garbage. If I do what are the dangers of doing this and how difficult is it. Also what company should I buy materials from. I just hear 2 days ago the EPA has come down on the manufactures of these items and they're no longer available. Is that true. It seems like I can only find pieces of info on doing this delete and don't understand if I should or shouldn't. Thanks
I don't mean to be the downer in all this and trust me im a supporter of being deleted I deleted my truck when it had 600 miles on it, are you sure your CEL is related to your emissions equipment ?? You could have a shift solenoid issue in your transmission or a contaminated MAF or a million other things, pull your code and see whats up before spending the 1500 to delete.
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Ya thanks for the replies. I took it to the dealer today and they fixed it. It was the nox sensor. It's good to go now. Just curious on the delete pros and cons as I don't want to f**k up my ride. I really like I and I was wondering what would be best for the engine. I'd like to keep at least till the 15's are available and possibly longer if it's good to go.
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