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EGR Valve

Discussion in 'Diesel forum' started by Caesium, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. Caesium
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    On top of the inlet manifold where it meets the hose there are two "valves" which one is the EGR valve? I thought it may be the black actuator on the left hand side but I gather from reading up on things that this may be a valve to kerb the excessive judder when switching off the engine.
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    the black valve is attached to the egr.
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    The EGR valve is silver and round with a vacuum pipe attatched to it.The bit at the bottom in the pic.

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    nice one james, so the black one is the anti-judder unit.
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    You got it.The anti shudder valve closes the flap inside the pipe in the pic.
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