Flushing Water Through Egr??

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    Woooo I think so too. Holy hell! I was literally sweating bullets right after it happened and was ready to poop in my own pants and after a little snooping around in there, I think everything is ok!! I'm high as a kite from the gasoline, but thank god there's no water from what I can tell. I'm gonna throw the new spark plugs in bevause it looks like the old ones haven't been changed in a long time and then change the oil again tomorrow to be safe, pull the smog pump and plug those lines to the back, and then actually flush the cooling system and change the radiator and then swap the headers and x pipe as originally planned.
     
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    For future reference, if you are cranking your engine without spark plugs, or with the coil wire removed such as after an oil change to circulate some oil, hold the gas pedal to the floor. This will turn off the injectors and prevent any fuel from being sprayed into the cylinder.
     
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    Good to know! Thanks! It's aparently all a learning process.
     
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