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By Big Steve
As easy to install as anything else under the intake manifold. It took me about 6 hours of work to get it all taken apart, and then another 4 or 5 to put it all back together. You can do most of it with 7, 8 and 9 mm nut drivers, an 8, 10 and 11 mm socket, an 11 mm deep socket, an assortment of socket extensions, a socket universal joint (you will need it for the front right turbo bolt), and a torque wrench. There's plenty of instructions online. Make sure you twist the coolant tube - it will only slide on one way (with the 'flats' up and down) and will only lock on the other way (with the 'notches' up and down). The straight tubes look like the bulletproof brand EGR cooler - much higher quality than OE. Make sure you get the up and down pipe flanges tight to the turbo before you put the v clamps back on - the clamps don't do much in the way of pulling the flanges together on their own. Be careful with the plastic CAC tube and the rubber sleeve on the aluminum tube as well - don't get them too tight. One thing to note - the rear intake manifold to cooler bolt that comes with the kit is much too long - they've included 3 aluminum spacers that I assume were made to correct that, but if you use them, the top of the bolt will be in the way of the downpipe clamp on the turbo. The bolt from the old cooler was a hair too short to engage the threads on the new cooler. I just bought a new bolt at the hardware store (I think it was 6mm x 25 mm, but I'm not positive). If you're considering doing an EGR delete, consider the consequences - 1) Your engine was designed with it for a reason 2) your turbo and exhaust will run cooler with the EGR 3) you won't be making acid rain 4) you won't run the risk of getting caught defeating a federally-mandated environmental control device (EGR delete is akin to removing the catalytic converter on a gasser)
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