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I am replacing my EGR tomorrow on my 307 HDI 2.0 136, could anyone offer any tips, it looks a bit tight to get at ! Many thanks
 

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How did the egr replacement go? is there an easy way of removing it other than shifting the engine forward? i had a look this evening but it looks a nightmare. Cheers Rich
 

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First assuming twin cam 136 hdi 2.0 i would suggest u disconnect egr and see what effect this has.you can just about get to plug on it with torch and if i recall flat blade screwdriver. To remove egr then if i recall remove wipers (small puller req'd) take off plastic scuttle trim and i think i took out battery then egr is easier (ish) to get at. Two bolts or studs then nut underneath. Can't remember what size or if torx etc. Changing egr on my car did not improve running although i am sure egr was causing bad running. So i have been running it since august (my post date) with egr disconnected. Egr disconnect puts fault on engine ecu but not one that stops running or puts up dash light (not on siemens803rhr ecu anyway). The car still throws up anti pollution light about once a month. I interrogate and reset with peugeot planet. Basically if you want a hassle free car don't buy a 307. Although it does go very well
 
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