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Old 12-02-13, 11:54 AM   #1
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planning on doing a bsi reset,as the battery has a cover on it and you have to take it of to get to the earth do you just disconnect the live to do a reset?
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Yep, disconnect live, leave a while then follow the instructions.
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Yep, disconnect live, leave a while then follow the instructions.
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also another question on the 308 1.6 hdi to clean egr would it be better to remove battery for more room,for some reason im panicking about disconnecting the battery as have read reports of problems after reconnection?

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If you do the BSI reset you should be OK. The only problems I've seen are when people jump the car or don't follow the BSI instructions.

The EGR is hard to reach on most Pugs, I'd imagine it would help to take off the battery.
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If you do the BSI reset you should be OK. The only problems I've seen are when people jump the car or don't follow the BSI instructions.

The EGR is hard to reach on most Pugs, I'd imagine it would help to take off the battery.
thanks very much gibbo,planning on cleaning it to try and get to the bottom of my power problems.
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Remove all the wiper scuttle panel also and the wiper arms. You won't get at the egr otherwise.

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Remove all the wiper scuttle panel also and the wiper arms. You won't get at the egr otherwise.

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right cleaned egr valve today,what a nightmare of a job,it was not too bad for 40,000 anyway still has not returned the power to my car.i am at a loss now what to check next,no codes stored any ideas what to check next?its had full service maf sensor?
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