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Your question #2 is backwards. You should buy a monitor before having the work done. Sure would suck to get all that work done, just to find out later that you should of replaced the oil cooler if its clogged.
Buy a monitor first, check your ECT/EOT delta, then do your coolant flush, after your flush you should drive the truck for a couple of weeks to be sure the coolant flush didn't cause the oil cooler to clog, at this point you can determine if you need to replace the oil cooler while the motor is apart.
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