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Got my egr delete... Last minute questions

So i bought the Sinister full egr delete and just wondered if there were any special tools i needed to complete the job and should i replace anything simple while ive got it apart. Thanks yall.

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Maybe rebuild the oil cooler while you are that deep.
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With ur being an 03 I would clean the turbo and check ur icp and ipr to see if they are leaking they will be behind and underneath the turbo, upgrade up turbo drain valve the parts number is on the power recipe on diesel power, also make sure u seal the uppipe to the turbo because exhaust leaks are no fun.

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Just so happen to be in to the motor as deep as you are. Here are some parts and #'s you may need as well
Intake gasket kit with turbo kit- 3C3Z9433BE=121.68
Updated turbo drain tube- 6C3Z9T515A=41.33
Oil cooler rebuild- 3C3Z6A642CA=300.00
Those are list prices, you may be able to get them cheaper like i did.

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And a torque wrench. LOL

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In inch pounds I think it's like 80 inch pounds for the intake, I put them to 100 because that was the lowest my torque wrench went, u might wanna get a magnet, I needed one for dropped sockets and those darn metal clips

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Definitely update the turbo drain tube.





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Ford "Install the intake manifold and tighten in the following sequence, loosely install bolts 1-8, tighten bolts 9-16 to 11Nm (8 ft-lbs), tighten all bolts to 11 Nm (8 ft-lbs) in sequence,"

facing the engine from the front, the bolts on YOUR left are bolts 1-8, and the bolts on YOUR right are 9-16, the left closest bolt is #1, and the left last bolt is #2, then the rest of them go in sequence from front to back, so the left goes, 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,2. The right side is the same but backwards, right side (your) from front to back 10,16,15,14,13,12,11,9.

I am not sure it makes all THAT much difference but better safe than sorry.

OH, also, watch out for those pesky tabs on the intake gaskets, they have to go inside and face up.

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Be super careful (almost rediculously slow as you go) on removing and reconnecting the wiring harness (injector) clips...haven't done this yetm but that is my biggest concern...believe it or not. Also, Ford has a new (stainless steel) HPOP sump screen that should be replaced...not sure what the PN is off hand, but you should change it...its an upgrade from the old synthetic screen.

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CRAP!! I just put a brand new one in and it was synthetic!! Dang it!!

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