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Ext Warranty or EGR del' and AM' oil cooler??

Hi guys. About to purchase 07 f350 6.0 with 52K from the dealer. It was a local trade with Oasis report showing only warranty work of replaced fuel pump and injectors 1 3 5. My question is...Should I buy an extended warranty or get EGR delete with aftermarket oil cooler instead??? I f I do the egr delete and/or aftermarket oil cooler it will void the warranty...right??
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Do you have a 5 year/100,000 warranty on the engine??
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I thought Ford had a 3 yr 60K for the 07's???
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Oh, I didnt know that. My 05 has a 5/100 just on the engine. Im glad because at about 90,000 I had the fuel pump and 3 injectors replaced. I just hit 100,000 and I'm doing the egr cooler delete.
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I'm gonna give em a call and check on the warranty. maybe it is 5/100k... that would be nice! Thanks Richy. I can do the egr and cooler later if so.
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I dont know if you did it yet but I reccomend doing the CCV mod. I had alot of oil getting into my turbo and intercooler. I hear that can cause alot of problems. Its really easy to do.
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What is the CCV mod?
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The CCV is the crankcase vent. It is a hose that comes out of your valve cover and goes directly into your intake. It was done for stupid emmisions. The reason why alot of trucks have oil on their intercooler boots is because of this. It gets sucked through the turbo, through the intercooler and into the intake. The CCV Mod is when you remove the hose from you intake and let it run into the atmosphere or filter it and run it back into the intake. Mine runs into the atmosphere.
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I just did mine a couple weeks ago. There are alot more detailed threads and articles on it. I'm new to the forum and Im not a mechanic but I heard from a couple mechanics that this is a good form of preventative maintenance.
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That's good to know! Thanks Richy.
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