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Old 02-01-13, 07:14 PM   #1
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can u shed any lite on why my pug 307cc 53 plate keeps dying when i excelerate.. i get the reading on pp2000..(new to pp2000)...egr valve permanent fault..so i had the coil pack changed..sparkplugs changed..engine flushed..egr valve changed...still the same..been in 3 garages all to read the same as what ive read on pp2000...egr valve.....
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Disconnect or blank off the EGR valve and see how things go then.
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Disconnect or blank off the EGR valve and see how things go then.
this as already been tried..(so they tell me)... with no joy...but its going back to a different garage for a second opinion...
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Have you tried running the car with MAF disconnected. A faulty/dirty MAF can cause similar symptoms and can some times give EGR errors as the air mass is misscalculated by the ECU
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Have you tried running the car with MAF disconnected. A faulty/dirty MAF can cause similar symptoms and can some times give EGR errors as the air mass is misscalculated by the ECU
no mate ive not tried anything...cos i know nothing on cars lol...thats why i end up with shit cars lol...can u guide me to maf and does mine have 1.... thank you
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It will be in the intake trunking or on the end of the air filter housing. If you can tell me what engine you have i can try to find a picture
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It will be in the intake trunking or on the end of the air filter housing. If you can tell me what engine you have i can try to find a picture
2.0ltr petrol 139bhp....
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Sorry just checked no MAF on your car. It uses separate sensors on the manifold for Manifold Pressure (item 6 on Pic) and Air Temp (Item 10).

I would get someone to check the Manifold Pressure sensor these can block or the hole in the manifold can clog.

Other than that you need to get live data logged when driving to see if the throttle pot and other sensors are working correctly when you accelerate etc

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Sorry just checked no MAF on your car. It uses separate sensors on the manifold for Manifold Pressure (item 6 on Pic) and Air Temp (Item 10).

I would get someone to check the Manifold Pressure sensor these can block or the hole in the manifold can clog.

Other than that you need to get live data logged when driving to see if the throttle pot and other sensors are working correctly when you accelerate etc

i belie also a live data when driving was done..... also no fault....to be honest with you it sounds like a kind of a back fire or cracking from underneath the car..ie exhaust.....
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Do you know what the emissions are like and are there any rattles from the exhaust area as a blocked/collapsed CAT can cause similar symptoms
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