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Old 11-23-2012, 07:38 AM
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need help egr delete and oil cooler

ok guys i really need some help here . i am forced to do my own egr delete and oil cooler rebuild . does any one have good links or wright up on this and part numbers of things i will need . will the turbo have to come off ? i have tried to research it my self with poor results . does any one no the screen part number and do you all think i will have troubl;e doing this on my own ......thanks
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:48 AM
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Turbo has to come off and intake manifold has to at least be taken loose to do the delete.
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:50 AM
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You can definitely do the job. It looks worse than it is.
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Its not to hard at all, but there are some frustrating times, when doing it for the first time. Such as the bolts on the up pipe(y-pipe) The Heat bakes them together. pb blaster is your friend on them, start soaking them days before. oil cooler rebuild kit comes with the screen your talking about. feel free to contact me with questions, Im no expert, but I did just swap my oil cooler so its somewhat fresh on my mind.

You may want to look into switch to ELC coolant. coolant flush required before oil cooler swap.
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:08 AM
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Pull the inner fender well on passenger side. Will make it easier to get to up pipe bolts. I just break the bolts and get replacement grade 8 bolts to put back in.
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Lots of tips/tricks, part numbers, and PDF's.

Oil cooler and EGR cooler service PDF files and notes


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sweet thanks a lot guys
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