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Pete fender

Pete Fender
You are such a foll.

Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.”

I'm taking this advise.
See you, fool.
 

08'MustangDude

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I am a "foll"? Me? When you can't spell? I looked up "foll" and I think
there was a reference to you...

You came here with BAD information, was told about it, and took damage, and
then corrected what you wrote.

I explained something after your stupid video, and then you wrote the
Earth is Flat... So, you bowed out, then came back when I said so are
some people's heads... Oh, is that what a "Foll" is?

Argue? Is that what this is now? An argument? No, it's not... We're
no longer debating the subject, unless it's YOU now, then yes we are...
 

Pete fender

Pete Fender
I am a "foll"? Me? When you can't spell? I looked up "foll" and I think
there was a reference to you...

You came here with BAD information, was told about it, and took damage, and
then corrected what you wrote.

I explained something after your stupid video, and then you wrote the
Earth is Flat... So, you bowed out, then came back when I said so are
some people's heads... Oh, is that what a "Foll" is?

Argue? Is that what this is now? An argument? No, it's not... We're
no longer debating the subject, unless it's YOU now, then yes we are...
Where do you see
Foll," fool?

I am beginning to see why your avatar is a douche-bag.
 
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Pete fender

Pete Fender
I just got an egr kit and before I go ahead and install I had questions about a thread I saw somewhere about a tube or sensor holding water and freezing in cold weather. Once frozen it caused the turbos to over boost. Sounded like this occurs only after the is installed. If this is true is there any preventative measures I can take while I am doing the install?
I never hear of this problem.
Who told you that?
Even if you had a cracked head or manifold, it would not have frozen water if you use the correct 50/50 water-antifreeze mixture in the cooling system.
There is no other source of water, unless you leave the hood open with something unbolted.
Keep your air intake out of the direct rain.
That's the only thing I can think of, the intake freezing because water got into the turbo because of rain.
If too much rainwater were to get sucked up, it could hydro-lock the motor.
You can get a water trap to fit your Cold Air Intake, if you have one.
 
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08'MustangDude

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The only reference to freezing is the PCV Valve, for which models sold in
colder climate areas have a heated one. Mine has the heated PCV. The EGR
won't freeze anywhere.
 
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