All-Right Hauling & Trans
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You will get TONS of answers and most will vary with personal opinion.
-Flushing could loosen some particles which could eventually clog your EGR cooler and/or oil cooler causing damage.
-Flushing could remove the particles which could eventually clog your EGR cooler and/or oil cooler to prevent damage.
-Flushing would give you the opportunity to ditch the Ford coolant and switch over to an ELC.
Do you already have an EGR cooler delete kit or a coolant filter installed on your truck?
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2004 Ford F-350 XLT Dually: crew cab, 8' box, Sinister Mfg. EGR delete, NUC/Amsoil by-pass oil filter, DC Power 185 w/ FICM Repair's full wiring kit, Diamond Eye exhaust, Techni-Cooler, SCT/Gearheads tuning, Edge Insight CTS w/ EAS EGT & FP, Tekonsha Prodigy P3, Line-X and B&W turnover gooseneck.