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Old 05-30-2011, 06:58 AM
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6.0 Teardown for oil cooler/Egr delete

Tearing her down tomorrow morning for new oil cooler, and egr delete.

Did a coolant flush - Did Coolant Flush Today / writeup

Oil coolers not doing to good. this was at 50 degrees outside


Ordered everything from mkm customs, oil cooler,gaskets,egr delete. - Basic Solution(TM) for Ford 6.0L Powerstroke With Sinister EGR Delete Kit, Oil Cooler and Intake Gaskets

Im going to post pictures the whole way.
if we need another write up but oh well
Parts should be here tomorrow some time. starting the tear down in the morning.

See how it goes


Heres the cost so far....

Coolant flush-
-10 gal distilled water from hyvee ($0.88 gal) = $8.88
- 3 gal of zerex elc-1 concentrate (ordered from Napa @ 19.99 gal x 3) = $59.97
- bottle of vc-9 (got from ford $32.00) = $32.00
- dozen glazed doughnuts that me and my buddy wiped out

Grand total = $108
Plus $40 in diesel

Oil cooler, egr delete,and all gaskets. (from mkm)
$665.00

Edge cs,pyro,and dash pod
$404.57

Box of shop rags -$8
2 cans of carb cleaner - $10

4 gal of rotella t6 and motorcraft filter (from walmart )
$107

Total so far..... $1342.57

got her in the garage

grille off

a couple of buckets will be handy. one for oil and one for coolant

after 15 of rinsing soap out of the damn thing its good to go for coolant.

the pet**** is a 3/4" wrench. i put a small piece of hose on it to keep the mess down

drained the oil

air filter goin away


tubes coming off


radiator hose off

other tube off

get both battery's out before you unhook the alt

Yanked the belt and tied it off

get the alt out of there

after the alt is off start unplugging connectorrs. they can only go back in one spot.
unhook the fuel lines. put some rags under it because there will be some fuel that comes out

pulled the rest of the intake. it was bolted to the ficm

turbo looks good. very little shaft play

there is 4 bolts that hold the oil filter housing on.

outta there!!!

then i went to town unplugging every connector and clip in the way.

for some reason this bolt was more of a beast then the back one

i loosened the down pipe so i could turn it up top. made getting the rear bolt out a piece of cake

took a few choice words and some wiggling but got that beast out of there

here she is


put the new o rings on the standpipe

Inlet

Installed

Nows a good time to tie up the wiring. it will be right in your way.

Cleaned the inside where the o ring goes.

half ars in there

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mines going in friday, got my scanguage three weeks ago and my EOT was 45* higher then my ECT
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Tis the season since the warmer outside temps really start to show the temperature delta. Please document your install and we like to see pics!
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something i never saw mentioned in the other write-ups if you're pulling the intake manifold entirely: (1)10mm bolt on intake manifold under the intake elbow that holds a bracket in place that holds the fuel line that runs from fuel filter bowl to the passengers side head (2) 8mm bolt next to alternator location that holds the hard coolant passage tube in place. i also had to pull the injector harness clip on the front most injector on passengers side as it passed through the alternator bracket portion of the manifold. and if you have an air compressor blow as much junk from the top of the motor before you pull the manifold and use a shop vac to try and suck up what didnt blow away. and mark on the manifold where the studs were as opposed to where the regular bolts were, i used a wax pencil. i'm in the process of cleaning inside my manifold and reassembling everything (minus new oil cooler since havent flusehd and changed yet{yeah more time consuming but figured while i had to replace the filter assembly might as well finish tearing into it}) i also attached a few write-ups i put togethor for myself combining all the others found on here in case you or some who stops by finds them usefull. also attached is the torque sequencing chart/diagram for the manifold studs and bolts. and the torque list for other ones that will come in handy
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subscribed too....mine ins going to happen as soon as I can buy the parts.
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something i never saw mentioned in the other write-ups if you're pulling the intake manifold entirely: (1)10mm bolt on intake manifold under the intake elbow that holds a bracket in place that holds the fuel line that runs from fuel filter bowl to the passengers side head (2) 8mm bolt next to alternator location that holds the hard coolant passage tube in place. i also had to pull the injector harness clip on the front most injector on passengers side as it passed through the alternator bracket portion of the manifold. and if you have an air compressor blow as much junk from the top of the motor before you pull the manifold and use a shop vac to try and suck up what didnt blow away. and mark on the manifold where the studs were as opposed to where the regular bolts were, i used a wax pencil. i'm in the process of cleaning inside my manifold and reassembling everything (minus new oil cooler since havent flusehd and changed yet{yeah more time consuming but figured while i had to replace the filter assembly might as well finish tearing into it}) i also attached a few write-ups i put togethor for myself combining all the others found on here in case you or some who stops by finds them usefull. also attached is the torque sequencing chart/diagram for the manifold studs and bolts. and the torque list for other ones that will come in handy
thank you so much that was the next thing i was going to ask for
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and does anyone know if the intake bolts ect get anti seize or lock-tight?
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