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Old 26-05-11, 12:43 PM   #1
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With the engine warm, on a 1.6HDI idle.

When you go in to the Engine ECU > Parameter Measurements > Standard Measurements > Air Intake Information

Could one of you guys with PP2000 tell me what the EGR %'s are on yours?
Mine seems to linger around 80% for both values on a warm engine at idle, which seems a little high to me.

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Old 26-05-11, 04:22 PM   #2
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My understanding on EGRs was they were closed when idling, whatever the temp
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My understanding on EGRs was they were closed when idling, whatever the temp
That is what I expected, but I'm not so sure that is what I'm getting.

I'd like to get some values to compare to, and take my investigation from that point, hopefully!

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Old 26-05-11, 05:02 PM   #4
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My mapper said he can switch EGRs off. Dont want the benefit would be though.
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during accelerate sholdbe 0% on slow rpm 80-90 depend temperature,if engine is cold shouldbe closed
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during accelerate sholdbe 0% on slow rpm 80-90 depend temperature,if engine is cold shouldbe closed
In that regard mine seems to follow that consistency, I just wouldn't have expected it to recycle so much when it's idle and warm.
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