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Auris08ster

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    Davey
  • Toyota Model
    Auris 2.2 D-4D D-CAT
  • Toyota Year
    2008
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    West Midlands

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  1. Thanks for replying, this is really helpful. Yes the error code is P0400 ‘Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) flow’ so I’ll mention this to the mechanics. Thanks
  2. Thanks for replying ! Sorry it seems my longer post isn’t showing up beyond the title. Basically, I’m taking it back to the mechanics and want to offer suggestions on what they look at next was going to ask them to: 1) Remove, clean and refit the intake manifold 2) check air intake, DPF or exhaust isn’t blocked or restricted 3) check and clean Mass Air Flow sensor 4) check exhaust gas cooling solenoid if that sounds sensible?
  3. Recurring Amber warning light on the dash, putting the car into ‘safe mode’. When diagnostics are run it shows as EGR fault. I’ve had it cleaned multiple times, and now had the part replaced. However following the replacement. The ‘amber warning’ still occurs.
  4. Hi all, I have an 2008 Auris, 2.2 D-4D D-CAT (Diesel) with 72,000 on the clock. I’ve had recurring issues with an EGR fault and after a lot of cleaning, have now had the part replaced. However the fault is still showing up after about 30mins driving. I’m taking the vehicle back to the mechanics and want advice on what to ask them to do next (they’ve checked the part and installation again already). The older posts on this forum have been really helpful - thanks! - so my plan is to suggest that they: 1) Remove, clean and refit the intake manifold 2) check air intake, DPF or exhaust isn’t blocked or restricted 3) check and clean Mass Air Flow sensor 4) check exhaust gas cooling solenoid am I missing anything? if it helps, I only do long motorway drives (100mile +) so it isn’t like the vehicle isn’t getting long runs. But as a result, the lack of reliability is becoming a major problem and I really don’t want to have to buy a new vehicle! thanks in advance.
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