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Looking at the truck I'm thinking I might be able to get to the the upper coolant return location. It is a tight squeeze, but I think its possible. My question now is, the coolant lines on the valve body, if I block off the coolant lines to the coolers, the coolant lines on the valve are just empty correct?
Is there another location where the valve gets or returns coolant? Do I need to do anything with these lines when I plug or re-rout the coolant line from the coolers?
Ford says the truck is fine, however I'm loosing coolant still, (with no puking) and coolant in the oil per Black Stone... so I'm thinking the trucks NOT fine.
I really want to block this junk off but need a little guidance.
2008 Ford F-350
6.4L Power Stroke
Crew Cab Long Bed
Buck Stop Bumper w/
WARN 9500 lbs. Winch
H&S Mini Maxx w/ homemade mount
5" Flo-Pro DPB exhaust w/ muffler
Bilstein 5100s Shocks
AFe Stage II Magnum Force Intake