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Old 23-12-12, 01:46 PM   #1
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I'm gonna blank off my egr value I have brought a plate for it where abouts in the engine is t a what do I have to remove to get to it?
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Old 23-12-12, 01:47 PM   #2
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Sorry it's a 307 hdi 110 turbo diesal 2003
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110 could be 2 litre or smaller engine but on 2 litre its at the rear of the engine hard to get to though 2 10mm nuts hold it on to exhaust manifold

Best bet is look for a pic of whole engine on fleabay see where it is mounted
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Read this: Don’t Block or Remove the EGR Valve, It’s Saving You Money | Tuner University
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Old 23-12-12, 04:41 PM   #5
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No need for a blanking plate on this engine. A simple blocking of the hose going onto the top of it will suffice.

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Did they base this on a modern diesel, id say no.

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I stopped reading at "In some states, removing it will cause you to fail your emissions inspection"

We don't have states in Europe.
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I stopped reading at "In some states, removing it will cause you to fail your emissions inspection"

We don't have states in Europe.
Some might say, England is the 51st state of America.
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