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Old 17-01-14, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default EGR solenoid Location?

i have a 2.0hdi 110 2002 model with dpf.
been having power loss and after alot of research on here I removed the MAF sensor and the car is running fine.

so from what i gather it could be a faulty MAF, but doubtful, more than like a faulty EGR solenoid.

I can see the 4 solenoids in the engine bay would like to know which one i should try replacing to see if this is causing the problem?

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Old 18-01-14, 12:14 AM   #2
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the one with the blue plug is the EGR its the top one of the 4 gearbox end,
but id say its the turbo solenoid is the issue its the lower one with the gray plug and vac pipe coming from under the car

you could swap this with the EGR one and see if the car feels any better but make sure you install the vac pipes the same way to take them off!
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thanks mate,

when you say the turbo solenoid is the lower one, you mean the very bottom one of the 4 or the one just lower from the egr solenoid?
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its the very bottom one with the gray plug.

blue plug is the EGR, the Black one down from the EGR is the one of the intake dosers/ flaps, then there's another black one to the far side beside the oil filter that's the other doser flap on the rear, the turbo one is the one near the bottom of the engine
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Top info mate.
Thanks very much
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Old 18-01-14, 05:13 PM   #6
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Gibbo did a good guide with pics, for a 90bhp engine but might be of some use:

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...7-90bhp-41145/
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I swapped the EGR solenoid with the turbo solenoid today. Has made no difference at all. Still runs the same with the MAF sensor connected. Could it be as simple as a faulty MAF sensor? I have cleaned it with electrical contact cleaner. But no change.
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unplug the maf sensor and take it for a drive and report back
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Yea if you read above mate I already know it runs fine without the MAF plugged in but I want to find the problem so I can leave it plugged in as it affects mpg.
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