hentpe wrote:If tester gives you EGR fault codes don´t panic. Just replace intake side EGR-valves metal gasket with self made one that has no middle hole. You dont have to worry about those codes because they just cause that engine light will be on little longer after starting.
hentpe wrote:But if your engines idle rises by it self when engine is hot try to change temperature sensor (in turbo engines it´s that one facing to the right). In here we have had few cases.
hentpe wrote:(in turbo engines it´s that one facing to the right).
Skippy wrote:[I'm not sure you can bloke the EGR on the turbos.]
Yes you can BLANK/BLOCK off the exhaust gasses going up the tube to the EGR at the exhaust end of the pipewell i guess i can give it a go. I did put the ball bearing up the tube on egr but coughed & farted out some hideous looking exhaust emissions & wouldn't rev up over 1500rpm. You might be right MrMPuk.
Skippy wrote:AndyG...................Youre a star!!!!!!!!!! thanks.
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