EGR valve in 2.0HDi (Peugeot Citroen), 2.0TDCi (Ford) and 2.0D (Volvo) engine is responsible for emission, shorter engine warm up time, smoother turning off and VNT turbocharger spool down on idle. EGR valve cleaning when it’s clogged with soot and can not close as should or even get stuck can help with engine work issues. You should take care of your EGR valve, clean it and don’t blank it.
- T25 torx screwdriver
- Socket wrench with extender and joint
Performing this procedure may cause permanent damage to your car.
Do this at your own risk!
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Make sure that your engine is not hot.
2.0HDi 2.0TDCi 2.0D EGR valve cleaning – procedure
- Disconnect battery
- Remove bracket, that holds fuel line and silver pipe.
- Remove two torx screws next to the inlet manifold.
- Disconnect plug on the EGR.
- Remove two screws next to the EGR valve.
- Take of the silver pipe.
- Remove two screws that hold EGR cooler and valve together.
- Pry locking pin and disconnect coolant hose.
- Remove screws that attach valve to the engine. There are 2 or 3 of those, depending on your cars production year.
- Gently remove the valve from engine bay.
- Press on the yellow latch and disconnect engine breather.
- Remove metal clip and disconnect second coolant hose.
- Remove copper nut that holds the cooler.
- Remove heat shield.
- Remove two nuts that hold the cooler with exhaust manifold.
- Remove EGR cooler from the car.
- Pry and remove plastic cover so you can check valve mechanism. It should move freely.
This engine can be found in cars:
- Citroen/Peugeot (DW10 BTED4): C4, C4 Picasso, C5, C8, Jumpy / Dispatch, 307, 308, 407, 508, 607, 807, Expert.
- Ford (G6DB, QXBA, QXWB, QXWA): Focus MK2, C-Max, Galaxy, Kuga, S-Max, Mondeo MK4.
- Volvo (D4204T): C30, C70 II, S40 II, S80 II, V50, V70 III.
- Other: Fiat Scudo, Fiat Ulisse, Lancia Phedra.