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Old 07-22-2009, 11:55 AM
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R&R egr valve on 2004 F350 6.0 power stroke diesel

How do I remove and replace the egr valve on my 2004 f350 power stroke diesel ! Thanks in advance
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Welcome to the forum. Check the tech notes in the 6.0 forum, there are complete procedures.
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This pic from the 6.0 tech folder shows what I think is the best way to pull the valve:
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Just take a long bar and slide it under that wire loop, lever it off of the top of the alternator and it'll pop right out.

Here's a link to the entire thread: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/44...r-valve-5.html
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Steve, hey thanks thet was the most useful bit of info. I did just as the picture showed and it came right off. THANKS AGAIN
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What did the valve look like?
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It was completly black. Installed a new one and we "ll see if it makes a difference. What do you think?
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If the top part of the valve was clogged up it's bound to be better than it was. If it just had a sooty coating there may not be much of a difference.
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It was soot with a little gunk build up. I appreciate the info. This site rocks!
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