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Old 17-11-11, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default P0409 copy signal valve stuck during programming

Got this error among a few others with a depollution fault. It "could" be a spurious one caused by the others (relay supplied plugs never supplied and fuel filler cap sesnor fault). The egr valve has been cleaned and seems to respond to actuator tests. Is there a way of testing it with a multimeter or another way to find out if it is performing correctly?

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recoded after cleaned?
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I think we used diagbox to tell it we had fitted a new one? Is that the correct procedure?



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Ok I'm guessing it's knackered



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Old 23-11-11, 07:20 PM   #6
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Fixed by replacing egr valve 89 on ebay for new valeo part

You need diagbox to finalise the fit for those thinking of doing it



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Old 23-11-11, 07:26 PM   #7
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What engine?
1.6hdi, you just fit a new one and no other programming. 2.0Hdi different. It needs to be run through a procedure.
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both need programing
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both need programing
They do but not via Planet/Diagbox. There is no procedure for training the egr valve on the 1.6hdi. Its plug and play.
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