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post #1 of 13 Old 04-27-2011, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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well i did decided to tackle the project of doing a egr delete this weekend and put in a new oil cooler. turned out it was real easy for me to complete it (only 8 hours) for my first delete. glad i did it

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Any hints for someone about to delete?

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well i did decided to tackle the project of doing a egr delete this weekend and put in a new oil cooler. turned out it was real easy for me to complete it (only 8 hours) for my first delete. glad i did it
Congrats! I am on the fence on this one. No Check Engine light so far?
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new to diesels but when you do the cooler and delete do you drain all engine oil and coolant then replace the fluid once complete. Once again i'm new to all this
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i would do it and if you need a place to buy your parts from NYC350 gave me a great place and u can buy all your parts for only $410 and shipped. and i can get you the instructions that NYC350 gave me. but i would do it, its not that hard to do

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if you dont want to make a little bit of a mess you can drain the coolant but u wont make to much of a mess with oil. and if you do drain the coolant go ahead and flush the system and switch to elc cat ec-1

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and if you have an 03-04 truck it shouldnt trigger any check engine light.

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and if you have an 03-04 truck it shouldnt trigger any check engine light.
Thanks Viper. Mine's '04.
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new to diesels but when you do the cooler and delete do you drain all engine oil and coolant then replace the fluid once complete. Once again i'm new to all this
You have to drain some of the coolant out. Not all but some.
You do not have to drain any oil out, but why wouldn't you?
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