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Old 07-14-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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This sucker is the biggest pain in the butt to remove from step one and will have you dreaming of the old days of 6.0l Turbo that come out in 20min no fuss. I got so frustrated that I turned the camera off in the end while fighting it out of the tight hole it is down in. So there is no reinstall procedure but this is a good thorough removal procedure though and I hope it helps because many have asked for this video and I don't think there is one on youtube right now either.

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What a nightmare
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I am always impressed by how much is going on with those diesel engines. So much more complicated than gas motors.
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I am always impressed by how much is going on with those diesel engines. So much more complicated than gas motors.
Yes they are very sophisticated mainly for emissions.
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