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Old 12-26-2009, 01:39 PM
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My Truck is PUKING!

Hey guys, is this severe? I still have an extended warranty, but I just haven't had time to take it in. So does this need immediate attention, or can it wait a week or two?






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Old 12-26-2009, 01:43 PM
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that looks like battery acisd
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Why would it be concentrated over the degas bottle then?
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its puking for sure...when my 6.0 started puking i kept driving it for a while until the dealership could get me in...not positive but i think you should be fine..someone that knows more then me will pop in soon
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id call the dealer and ask them bieng as they are the ones paying to fix it.
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looks like salt used on the roads got under the hood . been doing any winter driving latley?
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is the cap any good?
will do that if the cap went south too?
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looks like salt used on the roads got under the hood . been doing any winter driving latley?
Nope, I live in Bama. I was wearing shorts on Christmas Day

It hasnt gotten below freezing yet this winter here lol

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is the cap any good?
will do that if the cap went south too?
The cap seems fine? There's no cracks or anything
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Def puking coolant out. looks like you have a egr cooler starting to plug or is plugged up, or head gaskets gone bad. you will be ok for a while. i would find a dealer that will put in head studs amd egr delete or even just the studs asap. my truck is in right now for studs and egr delete.
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