Just look to the left of the oil filter housing and see if there's a plate there or something sticking up with a wire plugged in on it. If all you see is the plate and an unplugged wire around it then you have an egr delete.
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Not nesassary true, some owners like to leave the valve in the intake, and don't use the supplied blocker plate.
Orange hose is original from factory, Blue hose is the updated hose from ford.
On the first picture, see the yellow "X", this a EGR delete kit. The blue hose in the picture connects the EGR delete tubing to the oil cooler housing. Notice how the tubing makes a "u-turn", this is a delete.
The second picture is a factory EGR cooler, see the yellow "X", notice how the tubing starts to make a "u-turn" but stops at the EGR cooler.
2004 F350 CC DRW King Ranch
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