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Not actually that exciting but I have managed to remove, clean and re- fit my EGR. It was definitely sticking when I got it off. Don't believe the instructions for the diesel in the Haynes manual though....it refers to removing the vacuum pipes. I did then found I had wet feet as they weren't vacuum pipes but coolant ones....should have checked the instructions on this site first I suppose.

I found the whole job very satisfying. £15 for the code reader to identify the fault, £10 for a new EGR gasket (although the old one seemed perfectly OK when I took it off) and a bit of effort from me. Hopefully the light will stay off this time. If I can do it anyone can......

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Goo Dawn Ye, Andy......bull by the horns stuff.....pml though at the wet feet bit !!!

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yer cheating - anchorman hails frae derbyshire so he must have come round during the hours of darkness to give you a hand ! Cum oan - own up !!

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BB....if anchorman had come round I suspect the job would have been done properly....hence my latest post. I might go and stalk him........

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