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#51 slem87

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Posted 17 April 2020 - 06:35 AM

 

Just have these injectors checked. Much less trouble, trust me been there done that. And also you have EGR codes, and my question is that do you have the egr with a connector or without it. If with a connector then just try cleaning it with carburater cleaner but if u have the one without just buy a new one and try again it is quite cheap.

I've got the one with the connector... It's euro 4 but I think I don't have a DPF ... How good is a leak off test? A friend of mine said that it would not be very reliable... Still haven't had the time to clean that egr... I've got some decent contact cleaner so I'll give that connector a nice clean.
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#52 viggen73

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Posted 18 April 2020 - 07:21 PM

Well I've cleaned the connector and I've got only one P0401 code until now.
Another question: could a carbon build up on the turbo geometry cause the flashing plug light?

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Posted 18 April 2020 - 07:35 PM

I've googled p0401 and it says egr. There are some YouTube vids for it.....
But looking back over this thread you probably know that anyway.
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#54 viggen73

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Posted 18 April 2020 - 07:42 PM

I've googled p0401 and it says egr. There are some YouTube vids for it.....

Yeap I've yet to get the EGR cleaned. I've got everything but the time... Do you usually also clean the intake manifold?

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Posted 18 April 2020 - 08:08 PM

Well you can, but it's a bit of a mucky job. You might consider changing the 8 manifold gaskets at the same time.
Here's a useful guide...
https://www.fordwiki...d_Clearout_TDCi
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Posted 17 May 2020 - 05:43 PM

Well you can, but it's a bit of a mucky job. You might consider changing the 8 manifold gaskets at the same time.
Here's a useful guide...
https://www.fordwiki...d_Clearout_TDCi

Well it's been a bit of time since I last posted something on the thread.
Thanks to covid my intake manifold gaskets haven't arrived yet so the EGR cleaning has had many postponements...
Took a 400 miles trip this weekend and when I floored it overtaking a truck that f&#+&n light start flashing and went into safe mode. As soon as I could I pulled off and checked it: P0405 and P0132B...
Drive off and untill I reached my endpoint didn't show up again.
The next morning I went to check the the turbo and found out the rubber boot from the mass air to the turbo was knackered on the connection with the turbo. "Fixed" it with some duct tape and today I drove back home with any issues. I'm still going to check the ECU for codes but it drove nice.
Now the question: can that knackered rubber boot cause that error code?

#57 DavieWeegie

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Posted 17 May 2020 - 05:59 PM

it might have been a combination of your EGR and the turbo hose, the p0132b related to boost pressure and as the MAP sensor is after the turbo it might have saw that there wasnt enough pressure in the system, I've not heard of this sending the car into limp mode but the EGR certainly can and thats what your p0405 is pointing at.


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Posted 17 May 2020 - 07:11 PM

Split boost pipes do not generally cause limp mode.  P132B will though. Sticky turbo

vanes is 95% the issue.

 

P0405 will usually put the engine light on but not limp mode. Is the EGR blanked?

 

EGR issues and Sticky vanes, the inlet sides probably quote bad. There is a picture of

someones EGR valve instead of a 2" (ish) hole it was clogged so bad there was barely

room for a finger.


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Posted 17 May 2020 - 08:34 PM

Split boost pipes do not generally cause limp mode. P132B will though. Sticky turbo
vanes is 95% the issue.

P0405 will usually put the engine light on but not limp mode. Is the EGR blanked?

EGR issues and Sticky vanes, the inlet sides probably quote bad. There is a picture of
someones EGR valve instead of a 2" (ish) hole it was clogged so bad there was barely
room for a finger.

Well went to read the codes and got P401... Damn I have to get the intake gaskets...the vanes actuator has been refurbished because there are some blue ink marks but got no more P0132B...




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