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E G R VALVE PIPES

gradders Jul 7, 2010

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    gradders New Member

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    I HAVE A 06 PLATE AUDI A3 THE STEEL PIPE THATS GOES TO THE EGR FLAP KEEPS FRACTERING AS ANYONE COME ACROSS THIS PROB BEFORE :crying: THANKS
     
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    Keeps fracturing as in cracking?

    So you've had more than 1 then assuming thats what is meant.
     
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    YEAH IS CRACKING HAD THE CAS 3 MONTH THEN IT CRACKED SO PUT A NEW ONE ON IT LASTED 2 MONTH AND CRACKED JUST WOUNDERING WHAT CAN BE CAUSEIN IT THANKS :)
     
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    Can you show us the cracked pipe please so can see where.
     
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    am just tryin to work how to put the dirgam on here of the parts and you can see it on that the pipr is still on the car at the mo
     
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    have you got a email address i can send it to dont know how to put it on here sorry
     
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    Save your pics to a site like photobucket, this then gives you a link text, then use this link to insert into the quick reply with the click of the insert image icon which is above the quick reply white text box on here at the bottom of each thread.
     

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