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monty187

TDCI Titanium power loss

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hi all,

My 2005 MK2 Titanium Focus its chugging a bit sometimes at lower revs, also over this past few weeks it has been loosing power every so often, almost like the turbo is stopping. A stop and restart resolves the issue. I think it could be the egr valve or the turbo reading online. If it is any ideas how much to fix.

Also can the egr valve be fitted or cleaned by anyone or is it too complicated? If not how much for part and any info on doing this?

Cheers

Michael

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Hiya michael,

does sound like EGR valve, not an hard job to do yourself if your up to it? if not it shouldn't cost much for a local garage to strip and clean it. also once a month put a bottle of diesel injector cleaner in your fuel tank.

hope this helps ya mate...

steve

www.sr-performance.co.uk

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Thanks for that Steve, i was worried it would break the bank. I like to attempt most stuff myself, do you know anywhere would have a guide for this or could you give me one?

Will the injector cleaner stop it in future?

Thanks again,

Michael

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Hi michael,

go on www.tdocuk.com and put a post on there site, i'm pretty sure someone has already done a guide for EGR removal and cleaning.. :)

steve

www.sr-performance.co.uk

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Cheers for that Steve, I have posted there so hopefully soon. May try some injector cleaner in the mean time.

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