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post #1 of 6 Old 07-18-2010, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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EGR delete 'how to'

i have an 04 F250 and i got a liberator EGR delete for it. i want to do the job myself...i have pretty good mechanical knowledge and i'm pretty sure i can do it. i'm just wondering what other stuff i need to do the job besides the actual EGR delete i got from the company. i obviously need more coolant once i drain my truck's coolant but are there any replacement o rings or anything like that i should have for the job? thanks everyone. this site is a life saver.

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subscribed......thinking about doing this soon too
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I don't know about the gaskets, etc...But I'd get a coolant filter and do an oil change after the install.
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i have an 04 F250 and i got a liberator EGR delete for it. i want to do the job myself...i have pretty good mechanical knowledge and i'm pretty sure i can do it. i'm just wondering what other stuff i need to do the job besides the actual EGR delete i got from the company. i obviously need more coolant once i drain my truck's coolant but are there any replacement o rings or anything like that i should have for the job? thanks everyone. this site is a life saver.
I am getting ready to do mine as well.Seems to me I remember reading about getting new orings for the turbo return drain or something of that sort.
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Do the oil cooler while you are in there.
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Do what to the oil cooler? Rebuild it or just clean it and install new gaskets...

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