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Old 22-12-15, 09:59 PM   #1
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Hi guys is there a a guide on here about egr . was gona have a wee look and see what kind of condition it was in . ?
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Old 23-12-15, 07:03 AM   #2
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No guide here, but there was one over on 407 owners, but you'll need to be a paid up member to see it.
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Old 23-12-15, 11:55 AM   #3
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Which model car? Took mine off and cleaned it, been OK since.
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Old 12-06-16, 08:15 PM   #4
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where is the egr located on a 55 plate 407 want to check mine as its lost power and really sluggish any help would be appericated
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Depends which engine.
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Old 13-06-16, 08:58 AM   #6
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Is it true what it says here

Peugeot 407 2.0 16V 136 HDI tuning options

That the egr is needed to regen the dpf, so cannot be deleted without doing the dpf too?

If so, would this be the same scenario for blanking, meaning sooner or later the dpf will clog as it won't regen?
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Lol block it off should be fine mine has being blanked for 12 months and regeneration takes place just fine plus car runs smoother mines 2l hdi 136 but I think I read some where the 1.6 needs a small hole in it to stop mil light coming on.
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Wagga01 mine is located right at the back of engine right hand side just follow the silver pipe from inlet manifold to it that's on 2l hdi
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Oh and Honda if you go down blanking route there are proper plates available on eBay around 3 which is what I have used as when regeneration takes place the exasust gets up to 800c or something like that so a coke can metal just won't cut it lol
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Oh and Honda if you go down blanking route there are proper plates available on eBay around 3 which is what I have used as when regeneration takes place the exasust gets up to 800c or something like that so a coke can metal just won't cut it lol
Plate arrived today car won't actually accelerate now with the egr plugged in... Bizarre that a car only runs correctly with the mil on lol
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