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Old 05-07-2011, 02:51 PM
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Ok, this is starting to worry me. Got the Ex up to temps and then hit the hiway.. 65 mph and after about 10 minutes, my EOT was 201-203 and my ECT was 188 and on the very rare occasion was 190... That gives me a 13-15 degree delta... I guess I am looking at a cooler swap.... Mitch, give me your 2 cents... and anyone else for that matter..
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Old 05-07-2011, 02:57 PM
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Looks like an Oil Cooler clogging up to me. ECT looks normal for the 190* T-stat. When you get in there for the oil cooler, remember to replace the EGR cooler as well (unless you've deleted/upgraded the stock unit).

Don't put it off much longer, either I blew gaskets a few months back over that cooler and now I have the monitor to keep it from happening again.
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Yeah Bruce, unfortunately it looks like it's time to rebuild the oil cooler. I'd delete the egr cooler or replace it with the Bulletproof cooler.
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Yeah Bruce, unfortunately it looks like it's time to rebuild the oil cooler. I'd delete the egr cooler or replace it with the Bulletproof cooler.
Thats just great... I was checking the rear brakes yesterday and the wife said "one more thing goes wrong with that thing, and its gone!" Dont know how I am gonna hide this repair..

I should be able to get away with a cooler from Tousley and a delete kit for just around $400 correct?
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Old 05-08-2011, 11:58 AM
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Thats just great... I was checking the rear brakes yesterday and the wife said "one more thing goes wrong with that thing, and its gone!" Dont know how I am gonna hide this repair..

I should be able to get away with a cooler from Tousley and a delete kit for just around $400 correct?

Yup. Tell the wife the truck is staying and to get over it. It really isn't so bad sleeping in the truck now that it's warming up.
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