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post #1 of 4 Old 01-06-2008, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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EGR BLOCK

IF I BLOCK MY EGR DO I NEED TO STILL WORRY ABOUT MY EXHUAST TEMPS STILL?

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IF I BLOCK MY EGR DO I NEED TO STILL WORRY ABOUT MY EXHUAST TEMPS STILL?

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you always need to be concerned about egt temps , or it will cost ya , burnt up turbos , head gasket issues , egr cooler issues , the bock off is great but doesnt make it bullet proof

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post #3 of 4 Old 01-06-2008, 07:30 PM
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I had EGR problems, it was replaced at the dealer under warranty. Should I delete the EGR valve? From where?

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I don't quite understan the OP's question. But jf250, if you want to "delete" the egr valve you can remove it and have it welded shut, but I don't think this will eliminate egr cooler issues. If you want to do that all you gotta do is weld a plug into the up pipe where it extends to the egr cooler. If you don't wanna weld it you can use elite's block off plate, that's what I will be doing shortly. There are a lot of methods. Of course if you really want to get deep into it, you can delete the entire egr system from the truck.

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