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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-02-2016, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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06 6.0 oil cooler

So I recently bought a used 06 6.0 and the previous owner said that he has done the bigger oiler cool new turbo egr delete, basically everything but the head studs to bulletproof it, but recently Iv been monitoring my eot and ect and it seems there between 10-15 degrees apart, I'm not sure what the actual temp difference should be and, if it had a bigger oil cooler are there still chances for it to get clogged, I also have a coolant filter system from xdp installed, and what would be some sure signs of it becoming clogged?
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Re: 06 6.0 oil cooler

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There are some readings it should be no more than 15 degrees apart and I'm not sure about the bigger cooler. Image1459618055.960251.jpg


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Re: 06 6.0 oil cooler

any stock style cooler other than a OEM cooler will have a higher EOT temp right out of the box

the real worry is if the cooler that was used has the o ring type that will turn to go Like a Dorman kit

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Re: 06 6.0 oil cooler

From what I understand, if it is more than 15 degrees apart your wrench light on the dash will come on.
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