EGR CLEANING KIT W/FILTER ('13-'18, 6.7L)

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Description

Using your trusty Owner's Manual you may have noted that changing-out the crankcase vent filter (CCV) is a required service at the 67,500 mile interval. Further, for those 2007.5-2012, 2500/3500 pickup truck owners [the non-diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) style aftertreatment] there is also a "clean the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve and cooler service" required.

The '07.5-Current Cab and Chassis trucks and '13-Current 2500/3500 use the DEF exhaust aftertreatment. Looking closely at their Owner's Manuals reveals that a CCV filter change is also required at 67,500 miles, However, the cleaning of the EGR valve and EGR cooler is not a requirement. We asked the folks at Cummins and they responded that you may wish to include the cleaning, but it is typically not needed until the second crankcase vent filter change. They did suggest an inspection of the EGR valve. "Sooty/dusty is good, shellac/crusty needs to be cleaned." If the valve is shellac/crusty, don't skimp, go ahead and do the entire EGR system cleaning.

If you price these parts over-the-counter at Mopar the cost is $180 plus $40 for the cleaning solution.

We would suggest using the Cummins equivalent parts for the gaskets and filter that are needed and we'd also suggest using "Purple Power" as your cleaning solution. The folks at Truck Trend magazine did a comparison of several cleaners and Purple Power was their winner. They found the Mopar cleaner to be one of the least effective.

The Geno's Garage 6.7L EGR Cleaning Kit without filter contains the following:

  • (1) CV520010 Crankcase filter
  • (2) EGR valve gaskets
  • (1) Small exhaust manifold gasket
  • (1) Large exhaust manifold gasket
  • (1) EGR butterfly gasket
  • (3) EGR plumbing gaskets
  • (3) Cooling system O-Rings
  • (1) Airhorn gasket
  • (2) Rubber plugs


Freddie Frugal

Freddie Frugal knows that if you are going to spend time cleaning the EGR valve and EGR cooler, that you'll remove and clean the intake air horn that the EGR valve is bolted to. The replacement gasket for air horn-to-intake manifold is 4940849 and it is included in our EGR Cleaning Kit.

Additionally, our kit has thorough instructions for removal of the parts and tips on best method(s) for cleaning.

Finally, Freddie Frugal adds two rubber plugs for the ends of the EGR cooler assembly so you don't waste cleaning fluid. Fill up the cooler, cap it off, and soak it overnight. Use the caps to shake the cooler with the cleaner inside.

Reviews

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Excellent
Jun 3, 2018  |  By Dewayne
Parts were packaged well and even included an additional install instruction packet. Great service and Prices, will definitely do business with again.


Great service.
May 16, 2018  |  By Duane Strong Jr
Excellent shipping and customer service.


EGR Cleaning Kit
Nov 27, 2017  |  By Sam Radford
Everything was perfect, nothing missing. Made the job go good.


EGR cleaning kit
Oct 20, 2017  |  By Shane
Very nice kit, comes with everything except the flat metal gasket that goes in between the egr tube and egr cooler bypass valve, had to get one from the dealer.


EGR Kit Review
Sep 17, 2017  |  By Jim Reguera
The kit recieved was as advertised. All parts necessary to complete the job! Excellent instructions and tips! Thank you!


Egr clean kit
Aug 9, 2017  |  By Martin
Nice kit, comes with everthing you need.


Get kit
Aug 1, 2017  |  By Michael Emerson
Kit was perfect


Her cleaning kit
Jul 12, 2017  |  By Greg Landers
Very helpful instructions, everything you need ,much cheaper than having dealer do it .


Great Product
May 12, 2017  |  By ANTHONY NOLES
nice package product


Right on the Money
Mar 25, 2017  |  By Christopher
Kit comes with everything that you need to get the job done right and instructions if you need some guidance. Can't beat the price either...win/win in my book. Thanks Geno's


Great
Feb 23, 2017  |  By Gilbert Correa
Good price good product


Great Kit!!
Feb 20, 2017  |  By Dave
This kit is awesome. It has everything you need to clean your EGR valve and cooler. Even plugs for the cooler to let it soak and instructions on how to do the job. My only complaint is that there were a couple extra gaskets for both butterfly valves which was never talked about in the instructions or even the youtube video, which I recommend watching. This project took about 2 1/2 hours to take apart, I let it soak for 5 hours and reversed process took 2 + hours. It was not hard but "cumbersome" in some spots. I'm not a mechanic but I'll turn a wrench and this project was a good one. I have a 2013 Ram 6.7L and honestly I could have waited to do this. But it's done now and I will wait another 67,500 for my perform service light to come back on. Local parts house does not sell this kit and the dealer wanted $1300 and that was without the crankcase ventilation filter. Again, great kit, and it came fast!


Great price with good instructions
Dec 30, 2016  |  By Angel
These are high quality parts. Super easy to do with the step by step instructions found on Geno's website.


Great deal
Dec 14, 2016  |  By Angel
The is the best price you will find. All Mopar/Cummins parts well worth it.


Egr cleaning out kit
Oct 28, 2016  |  By Matt k
This is a great deal and Geno's shipping is fast and customer service is spot on. Thanks


EGR cleaning kit
Oct 7, 2016  |  By Dale Day
Everything was great in the kit except you should include the three Orings for the cooler.
Owner Response:Thank you for the suggestion, We will look into this.

Install and Tech Information



EGR Cleaning Kit Instructions.pdf

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