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Old 06-10-2012, 07:50 AM
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ECT 192 EOT 219

I'm running 75 mph. It's about 88 degrees. Is 219 EOT way to high. I know I prolly have an oil cooler problem. Truck is going to a diesel tech I know after fathers day Weekend/ Diesel nationals in Indy. Getting EGR delete new oil cooler head gaskets and head studs.


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Fist off your not doing the test correctly. you have to run 55-65 unloaded on a flat road for approx 30 minuets. If your replacing it then I wouldn't worry about it for now.

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Fist off your not doing the test correctly. you have to run 55-65 unloaded on a flat road for approx 30 minuets. If your replacing it then I wouldn't worry about it for now.
thats how you test? i get 20-25* doing 75 for 3hrs
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thats how you test? i get 20-25* doing 75 for 3hrs
I tested yesterday coming back from the beach. Three hours at 65-70 and got 20-25* deltas. ECT ~192 EOT ~215
All I had was a couple hundred pounds of crap in the back. Do I need to replace it?
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I tested yesterday coming back from the beach. Three hours at 65-70 and got 20-25* deltas. ECT ~192 EOT ~215
All I had was a couple hundred pounds of crap in the back. Do I need to replace it?
how hot was it outside? i got mine up to 230 eot but was like 90 out
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It was 80-82 or thereabouts.
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The test is 55-65 mph, unloaded, on flat road for approx 30 minuets. (EOT has to be above 190* before you start the test) Anything else, even if the numbers are close, is not accurate for these testing purposes so saying I was doing 75mph for 3 hours does no good. its not accurate.
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The test is 55-65 mph, unloaded, on flat road for approx 30 minuets. (EOT has to be above 190* before you start the test) Anything else, even if the numbers are close, is not accurate for these testing purposes so saying I was doing 75mph for 3 hours does no good. its not accurate.
then in that case my cooler isnt plugged? its 15* ish at that speed
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Yes your cooler is plugged. You should be able to run 75 for 3 hrs without the temp delta exceeding 15*.
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Yes your cooler is plugged. You should be able to run 75 for 3 hrs without the temp delta exceeding 15*.
I second that statement.
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