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  1. B

    New EGR head gasket conspiracy theory / how to REALLY delete the EGR (if you believe it could/ should be deleted in the first place)

    I'll start this with, I'm still not sure I want to delete EGR, mostly because after I rebuild my engine from a cylinder 6 head gasket failure, I have to pass emissions ONE MORE time in Georgia before the truck is 25 years old and no longer requires emissions. I just don't want the extra headache...
  2. mmcclure1994

    EGR Delete Question

    Okay so I am thinking about doing a EGR delete on my 1996 LC. I am in a emissions testing area but I think I have figured out how to trick the ECU into thinking its still working. My main reasons for wanting to do this are to stop the PO401 code, Help save my wire harness, Help prolong my HG...
  3. Ali M

    '94 Code 71, EGR Bypass technique..

    I followed same procedure as mentioned in this thread but the CEL still on. Is there anything else I need to do like may be driving it for a while or additional steps like re-connecting the ECU fuse? or could it be a something else?
  4. Output Shaft

    EGR Cooler Blowing Chunks

    and not just chunks, but small stones: Hard, abrasive, iron oxide rocks. I thought I'd share something new I just learned about the lowly EGR cooler. The cast iron EGR coolers can internally rust to the point that they'll eventually cough out disturbingly sized chunks of rust "stones" that...
  5. Bear s

    Fzj 80, the romanian approach

    Hi there mudders all around the world! For quite some time now I've been watching you from the shadow, and I've finally decided to present my own Land Cruiser with my learning’s from it. Just as a small introduction, I like old cars, no-matter how stupidly they were built. For some years I've...
  6. grizzlygibbs

    My overdue PM journey. Picture heavy.

    I have been accumulating boxes and boxes of parts I have accumulated the last year and a half from Dan and Onur that I am finally getting around to installing, along with doing some other cleaning up and refreshening to the old Mountain Goat. The game plan: New fuel filter, new fuel sock, new...
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