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Old 08-03-2019, 12:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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egr delete wiring

so my 2006 LBZ is getting new head gaskets. and a egr delete. a new water pump, oil cooler regasketed,new stage one Garrett turbo, new injectors , new wc fab intake, uppipes , 3 inch down pipe, pvc reroute glow plugs , new hot and cold air chargers pipes, new y bridge, new fass 165liftpump , ppei tuner by Kory Willis
so what is everyone doing about the egr wiring just tape off the cables or remove them?


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Old 08-03-2019, 12:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would retain the cables. New wiring harnesses are very expensive should you ever need one.

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Just tape up the plug and put a zip tie on to secure it.
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Like blkdmax05 just tape up the plug and zip tie it secure.
If you want it to look more professional get some split wire loom and cover your wire and plug, then zip tie it to another section of wire loom that's already in that area.
I have my egr wires and grid heater wires taped up and neatly covered up with split loom and secured with zip ties.
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