Egr.

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Mick64
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Egr.

Post by Mick64 »

Hi, if I replace my egr with a new one does it have to be coded to the car or is it a straight replacement, 1.6 hdi berlingo. Thanks

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Re: Egr.

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What age? Certainly on the early 16V ones it is a direct replacement, later ones, not so sure about.

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Re: Egr.

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2009 b9 berlingo, I've a vague memory of reading somewhere that they need coded but I could be thinking about another type of vehicle, trying to decide wether it's worth trying to sort the original one or just replace it.

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Re: Egr.

Post by Hell Razor5543 »

What is the problem with the EGR? You can get hold of EGR cleaners that can help.

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Re: Egr.

Post by Mick64 »

Not sure if it just wants cleaned of it's the electronic side just need a quick fix. I don't want to buy a new one if I need lexia or diagbox to make it work

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Re: Egr.

Post by GiveMeABreak »

Mick - pop your VIN up and I will see what the official stance is on replacing it.

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Re: Egr.

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Vin no. Is VF7**************[VIN obfuscated, can be read by forum staff] thanks

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Re: Egr.

Post by GiveMeABreak »

Ok, so nothing mentioned about any coding when replacing.

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Re: Egr.

Post by Mick64 »

OK thanks I'll buy one and give it a go.