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Egr stands for exhaust gas recirculator, it is a device that takes exhaust from your engine and reroutes it back through the intake. Manufactures put this on to meet NOx emissions requirements. The problem with diesel egr is that all the soot in the exhaust is routed back through the intake and really gunks it up. It also must be cooled by your engine's coolant so it also makes your engine run hotter. I would definatly delete it if you can, on the newer trucks it is much easier to do, and you will see benefits of: better fuel economy, more power, and cooler engine temp.
'65 F100 Reg Cab SB
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'96 F150 XL Reg Cab LB 4.9L I6 5 speed
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