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Especially when the engine is cold, but sometimes when the engine is warm, when driving at part throttle, say 35 - 45 MPH, the engine feels like it misses, or studders. Going up a hill will exaggerate the issue.
Like I said, I pulled the EGR valve thinking that it was gunked up, but other than a light coating of soot, it was clean. With a screwdriver I can push the valve down, and it pops right back up. When I tune the unit over, I hear something shake inside.
Also, I did find the bottom o-ring was somewhat decayed.
I've got a new o-ring kit on order at my nearest International Dealer. Which is actually closer than my Ford dealer! But the new O-Rings won't be here till monday.
2004 F-350 Crew Cab LB Dually
"Longhorn Hauler" edition
Banks Six-Gun with PowerPDA (For gauges only)
EGR Delete from IPR
New Turbo from Garrett