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Egr blanking plate guide 2.2engine


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Hi 

I've just got a TXS 2.2 and wanted to fit the blanking plate I've read about but I've searched on here but can only find the guide for a 1.6tdci it won't be the same location for the 2.2 engine tho

anyone know of a link 

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Hi!  I am not an expert but there is plenty of advice out there.  Try You Tube.  Have just bought my 2nd Titianium x 2.2 and this has the PSA 200BHP engine.  The balance of advice appears to be first remove and clean the EGR valve and do this annually; 2nd fit a restriction plate on the EGR pipe back to the inlet manifold but don't block it off entirely although some more experts do.  I fitted a plate with an 8 or 9mm hole to reduce the amount of gas.  I have to say that the effect on my previous TX 2.2 where the EGRV is engine front left was much more impressive.  The PSA engine has the DPF too and that's another area for possible engine performance resfriction that could be addressed.

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On 31/01/2016 at 11:17 AM, Jezza7 said:

Hi!  I am not an expert but there is plenty of advice out there.  Try You Tube.  Have just bought my 2nd Titianium x 2.2 and this has the PSA 200BHP engine.  The balance of advice appears to be first remove and clean the EGR valve and do this annually; 2nd fit a restriction plate on the EGR pipe back to the inlet manifold but don't block it off entirely although some more experts do.  I fitted a plate with an 8 or 9mm hole to reduce the amount of gas.  I have to say that the effect on my previous TX 2.2 where the EGRV is engine front left was much more impressive.  The PSA engine has the DPF too and that's another area for possible engine performance resfriction that could be addressed.

Once the blanking plate has been fitted ( without a hole as this defeats the only reason to fit it ) the EGRV will never need cleaning again as it will no longer be processing recirculated waste exhaust gases

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