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Old 20-04-13, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default 207 SW 1.6 HDI Anti Polution Fault

Hi Everyone

I recently bought a 57 plate 207 SW 1.6HDI which I love!

I do a lot of motorway driving and yesterday I was doing 70mph and it came up with the anti polution error and went into limp home mode.

A friend put his snap on code scanner on the car this morning and it is showing the following error codes:

P0402 - EGR regulation. Air flow less than setting (difference>150mg/stroke)

P1403 - Additional heating circuit 1. Short circuit to earth, short circuit to positive, open circuit or actuator fault

P1404 - Additional heating circuit 2. Short circuit to earth, short circuit to positive, open circuit or actuator fault

When the car isnt in limp home mode it runs fine although it does feel under powered and very slow compared to my old 1.5 dci renault megane (i know its heavier but it is a lot slower). I regurlarly have to change down to 4th or 3rd gear to go up hills / slopes, even when i approach them at 50mph.

And 5th gear is pretty much useless for anything other than maintaining current speed. Even on a flat the car doesnt really accelerate and this was before it is in limp home mode.

Does anyone know what the above codes are pointing to? I dont know if my car has a DPF so dont know if this is the cause.

Cheers
Gaz
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Old 20-04-13, 03:57 PM   #2
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Firstly check the shaft of the turbo.

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Old 20-04-13, 04:39 PM   #3
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Just checked turbo shaft and there is no noticeable play and it spins freely.

However I did notice some white gunk just below it that had also sprayed onto the side of the battery box I didn't notice it before but I don't think it's fresh.

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Gaz
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Old 20-04-13, 04:46 PM   #4
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Ok. don't worry about the additional heater faults, they're in alot of cars.
Egr one yes. Remove it and clean it out firstly. Go from there.
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Old 20-04-13, 05:17 PM   #5
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I don't suppose there are any guides on how on locating and removing the EGR in this engine?

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Old 20-04-13, 05:24 PM   #6
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Its a nightmare on your engine as its at the back. Someone may have a guide drawn up already. Do a search above.
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