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#16 stef123

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Posted 08 June 2012 - 08:14 PM

'I think the EGR valve is located at the nearest point to the windscreen in the engine bay and I can see the rail / actuator move when revved.'

thats the turbo mate,

the egr is located at the front left of the engine as you look at it. has a big hose going into it from the intercooler

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#17 Z3 MON

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 09:11 PM

As above, sounds like a pipe split too me though

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Posted 04 January 2014 - 10:02 PM

If its not a split egr pipe, try a new fuel filter, if you get  your fuel  from asda etc its a common fault



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Posted 05 January 2014 - 07:23 PM

Got a similar problem with mine and on diagnostic 1&4 injector knock so luckily garage who I bought it off is standing warranty work, they replaced all 4 which was very kind of them but where having problems recoding and getting running right so they tried another set of injectors and same problem, I'm not car mechanic but I've work on motorbikes for years and did a little digging about myself via the forum and suggested to them the diesel fuel pump as these can give up and allow small fragments of metal through the filter and damaging injectors so they checked the fuel filter for its contents and hey presto looks like this was the original problem but damaged injectors aswell, it's a costly job to have done at garage as you'll need to flush the complete system from tank through to injectors but you'll halve the cost if your good with the spanners and from what I've been told through garage friends out of all the super markets for fuel ( every little helps ) is the main one to stay away from for diesel ( not naming them lol ) luckily for me it's not costing me a penny but I've been without my car for last 3 weeks which is a right pain in the !Removed!, I know you here a lot of bad things about mondeos but that's what forums are all about, show me a forum that does nothing by praise the car as don't think there's any and the cars are a good car as let's be honest taxi drivers use them, police have used them so the readability can't be that bad ;-)


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