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Pulled the fuel line or the exhaust manifold?
 
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My buddy did his in the truck.
 
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Old 03-03-2017, 10:22 PM
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How do u get the bolts outa the manifold I got the manifold to move bit the bolts wont come all the way out
 
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I used a set of channel locks to get them to pull up all the way, again patience is the key, they can be a PITA, as long as you have the bolts up all the way, you can remove the manifold. The bolts are in "sleeves", just make sure you keep up with which bolts go where, IIRC, the few on the backside are shorter
 
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Didn't stay center on the bolt so made the hole a little bigger. When I did the egr delete on my 6.0 it went way smoother than this.
 
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Yeah, a lot more chit under the hood now, if the bolt hole is off center, get the helicoil kit, it comes with the correct size bit, just follow the directions.
 
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Appreciate ur help man
 
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No problem, anytime. I went thru the same thing.....but it was worth all the headache at the end
 
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Does the manifold require a new gasket
 
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No sir, you'll be good.
 
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When i put it back together and add coolant do i need the distilled water to make it 50 50 or just add the coolant only. Im gonna go to ford and get the ford gold. Never used that stuff. When i had my 6.0 i did the flush and new oil cooler wen i did my egr delete. Didnt use ford gold used the red zerex. Not exactly how much coolant i lost wen i removed the coolant lines. I guess what im asking. When you put coolant back in yours what was your way of going about it.
 
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6.7's Don't use Ford Gold. They use ORANGE!
Ask the parts man for the proper coolant.
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So is the 6.7 coolant already premixed or no.
 
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It comes both ways.
Concentrated and diluted.
 
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Did some reading. I have the no limit fab egr delete. Do i need to leave the butter fly valve plugged in or do i leave it unplugged. It did say spartan tuner needs it. I got the sct livewire.
 

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