Well a lot went down.Your on the downward spiral now!
Quite easy, take the EGR cap off until you see the plunger. Now press that in, glue it...zip tie it, whatever will work then plug it into the connector. The ECC will see the EGR as functioning.How do you get rid of the egr codes?
I'm going to have to put POR15 on the K-member and surrounding areas to prevent rust from spreading. I really want to do just a tubular K-Member but I can't right now, just too many things to do.That sucks... but glad you caught it before it suggested ot the frame rail.
Well, I scuffed up the booster to paint and it actually looks great. I had even prepped for paint with covering everything in aluminum foil (Dollar Store).I made the mistake of not painting my booster. It looks rusty as hell now.
Do like Mike, and get a paint brush and rustoleum that thang.I made the mistake of not painting my booster. It looks rusty as hell now.
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