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When I do a code scan I get pretty much every EGR code there is. Anyone see any harm in ignoring the EGR until winter when I pull the engine apart to replace gaskets and probably just delete the EGR alltogether. (I dont live in an emissions teating area)
 

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Its mostly for fuel economy, so no harm ignoring the codes as long as you don't have any vacuum leaks causing the EGR to be inoperable.
 

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There are seven pieces of tubing in that line; all are bad now.

:grin2:

EDIT: No, that's for the 4.6l. But I'm sure that's the problem.
 

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My SC has no EGR, been deleted. I also temporally blocked off the EGR on my F150 (300), it ran better than leaking but I did replace and return to stock.
 
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