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Old 19-09-17
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Good news,I've found out why EGR was shoving 0.00%
Started the car,scanner was shoving EGR 0.00% but CAT temperature went over 400'C in just few hundred meters after startup (normally sits around 300'C all the time ) and started rising towards 600 very quickly.That put smile beck on my face,I knew what it meant,DPF started its burn process and that is why EGR was shut ,as soon as CAT temperature came back to 300-ish,EGR started to show its normal figures
I remembered reading somewhere on this forum EGR valve is shut during DPF burn cycle and this prove it correct.
Now to find some honest mechanic to clean my inlet manifold and doesn't want an arm and a leg in return
Honest mechanic is the key. You want yo be sure they're going to do a thorough job, and not just squirt a spraycan at the inlet. Doing the job properly takes time, and time must be paid for. 5-7 hours labour would be normal I'd say, and most good mechanics charge 100-150 per hour these days in Sydney.
If you don't know anyone, I can put you in touch with the guy that did a fantastic job on mine. Just pm me if interested.
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Old 30-09-17
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HI guys
I've just picked up my NS did from local mechanic who diagnosed faulty EGR valve (which I already knew thanks to this great forum) and,what stunned me,he said EGR cooler needs to be replaced with new one due to clogging and insufficient flow I have never heard of such case before,not on this forum.
Did anyone here have to clean or replace their EGR cooler,what are your opinion on this one?
BTW my pajero is stock standard,no mods to EGR or DPF
Cheers !

P.S. Quote is $ 2000- using genuine parts,EGR cooler + valve
Looking at the Munji lead with the resistor inserted, Looks easy to take it out and the seller has a lot of confidence in it. At 129.00 it looks a good deal. only disadvantage to the DIY resistor is you cannot play with the resistor value. Any thoughts ?
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Looking at the Munji lead with the resistor inserted, Looks easy to take it out and the seller has a lot of confidence in it. At 129.00 it looks a good deal. only disadvantage to the DIY resistor is you cannot play with the resistor value. Any thoughts ?

You can use a variable resistor for the DIY, it wont cost much more than a standard resistor.
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You can use a variable resistor for the DIY, it wont cost much more than a standard resistor.
That's true, you can. But be aware of a higher risk of problems with a potentiometer.
Think of old radios that have a 'scratchy' volume control.
Better to experiment and then put in a fixed value imho.
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Old 11-10-17
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Default Fitted the Munji Egr delete lead.

Ordered from Qld on Sunday, arrived today. Now fitted. I have been mucking around with cars for more than 60 years, I currently have a 1937 Austin 7 Sports and a 1967 MGB, I have just sold a 4.0 litre MGBGT and have always done my own maintenance so I reckon I have a rather good "feel" for how happy a motor is. Of course it still may be imagination but to me the motor seems much happier and I think economy may have improved. Crankcase breathers going into the inlet have been around for years with petrol engines and never been a problem. I subscribe to the theory that someone on here explained the hot recirculated exhaust gases interacting with the oil mist from the crankcase were the cause of the carbon build up. So hopefully I can at least stall the carbon build up and if one believes the BP Ultimate guff it may even reduce.
The next goal is to fit a DPF pipe but hopefully it can wait till early next year.
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Old 20-11-17
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Hi, so i fitted the resistor, and I'm getting the inlet manifold cleaned next week. Now that the resistor is in place, will the inlet manifold stay clean?
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