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Humphriesryan

Polo 9n gt egr help

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Humphriesryan

HELP !! 

Polo 9n GT tdi 130pd 

BLT engine 2005 

 

I need to know what egr is needed for this engine and if it’s the one that has the anti shudder valve as I have this plug hanging around and now engine management light on and has been mapped out and that but you can’t map the eml out ...

 

Ps it has a egr delete It I think it’s the wrong one as I think it should have the asv attracted as that’s what the cable is for...... when I did the delete that plug was never plugged in and there was no asv there either

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Yeti

If the engine management light wasn't on previously, even though the EGR delete was in place, its probably something else causing it. Do a fault scan before buying stuff. 

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Humphriesryan

Sorry I should of said the idiot that had the car before me removed the led for the eml and I had to get it reapaired.

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Humphriesryan

Brilliant thanks I have brought the correct parts and have installed, once done I removed codes but when I turn off and then back on the car they come back which is still pinging up my eml

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