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I have bought 307Est. 2.0 HDI 90 2003 plate.
My question is,if some one has or knows the dimensions of
the egr blanking plate(the one on the hot side) between the
the EGR valve and the exhaust collector.Or just the length between
the two mounting bolts,will just do the trick.Because i want to make the
plate before disassembling the unit.

Thanks in advance.
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blanking egr

Hi, I do all my own mech,s and understand wanting to make your own, but wouldn't it be simpler to buy a plate? simpler and less downtime! Sorry I dont have the dimensions you need, good luck with it.
 

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Thank for the reply.

Yes i would buy it,but i`m from Bulgaria and the shipping will take
a week or more and i`m having my "day OFF" from work in Friday.
So wanted to do it that day.

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if you do want to make a blanking plate then take the egr off and cut the metal to the size of the end of the egr then bolt back on with plate between it
 

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if your egr works then blanking it off with a golf tee will work. if like mine the egr was stuck open then you need to fit a blanking plate

i warn you the job is a a pain in the arse so try the other blanking way first :thumb:
 

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Thank you all for the answers.
I want to blank it,because i`m 99 percent sure
that the valve is stuck.That is why i want to blank it
with plate not by just forcing it close and disconnect it.
I know that is a pain in the A** to do,and that is why i want
to make it before dismounting the valve.
 

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Thank you Ginger Magic
This is just what i want to do,but that is why i need
to know the exact dimension( length ) between the two Bolts.
 

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it will give poor performance. if you plug the vacuum pipe and the car runs well leave it

you can try and use peugeot planet to see air flow as well as lower air flow means its getting some recycled
 

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Performance..

..car pulls well, though milleage has been down recently (from 7.2l/100 to 9l/100).
I removed the top most pipe from the solenoid with a blue plug, near airbox. With the car running that little pipe has vacuum, so the circuit seems to be more or less ok.

I also removed the plug and got a EGR solenoid open circuit, so i seem to have the correct solenoid at least. The car behaviour seems to be exactly the same...

I think i'll re-plug the solenoid power. I'm afraid that regens stop due to the error...
 
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