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Let me get this straight. The Egr lets the exhaust run back through to cool off some to lower the emissions. What this is doing is causing the coolant to flash boil and that is when the puking starts. If that is the case what the crap is going on with the coolant. Should it be replace everytime the truck is in the shop for the puking. I might be way off but that is just how I am understanding the problem.

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Your question may be better placed in another thread.

EGR "cools" the peak combustion temperature. Here is how it works.

When the fuel burns, it has a fixed amount of heat to release. If there is only air and fuel, all the heat warms the products of combustion, say up to temperture X

Now, adding exhaust gas as a diluent puts an inert material in the combustion chamber with the air and fuel. When the air and fuel burn, the heat released has to not only heat up the products of combustion, but also the inert exhaust gas.

So, the exhaust gas that has been recycled to the cylinder takes a "free ride" and sucks up some of the heat of combustion. This limits the peak temperature in the cylinder to a value that is below X.

It takes very high temperatures to "fix" (react) nitrogen. By limiting the peak combustion temperature, you reduce the tendancy to form nitric-oxides.

Now, the EGR is cooled before it gets to the cylinder by the cooler. This helps the EGR to flow and also makes the EGR denser so you can either get more in the cylinder or "compact" the EGR so that you can get more air/fuel in the cylinder.
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