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by egr bypass do you mean egr block plate or? is there something else to do?


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by egr bypass do you mean egr block plate or? is there something else to do?


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Blanking plate straight forward job, buy kit on EBay or Amazon the egr can cause carbon build up through your engine over time, Egr is putting exhaust gases through your engine to control emissions, The by pass makes your engine run better it can’t be detected on mot.
 

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Blanking plate straight forward job, buy kit on EBay or Amazon the egr can cause carbon build up through your engine over time, Egr is putting exhaust gases through your engine to control emissions, The by pass makes your engine run better it can’t be detected on mot.
alright, i’ve already got a egr blanking plate installed in it. i’ve seen pictures of people looping the rubber hoses bsck to eachother but don’t know whst the point in doing it is


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alright, i’ve already got a egr blanking plate installed in it. i’ve seen pictures of people looping the rubber hoses bsck to eachother but don’t know whst the point in doing it is


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You might have more than one fault with your vehicle the problem with the s.c.v you don’t always get fault codes when you do it’s a fuel pressure issue.
 

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alright i’ve had a look through the eds scan tool user manual and there’s fuel rail pressure and intake manifold absolute pressure. would this show me the fuel pressure and possibly boost? and if so, would you know roughly what each should be?


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alright i’ve had a look through the eds scan tool user manual and there’s fuel rail pressure and intake manifold absolute pressure. would this show me the fuel pressure and possibly boost? and if so, would you know roughly what each should be?


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Better to take the s.c.v off and check the valve piston for signs of sticking if it's faulty you get high fuel pressure it should be around 400psi depending on what fuel system you have if it's sticking you can clean up the piston with light oil and 600 wet and dry paper as a temp repair make sure it's all cleaned up before refitting.
 

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i’ll change fuel filter tomorrow, give it a test drive then check the scv and report back here. cheers for the help


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new fuel filter is in, still lacking power, ive just bypassed the boost solenoid again and has the power so just using it like this until i can figure out what the actual problem is. couldn’t figure out where the SCV was located on it either


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would leaving the boost solenoid bypassed do any damage to anything?


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People seem to have done it, so probably not.

The course of action I would recommend is to do some diagnostics
  1. Buy an obd bluetooth dongle, less than $20 off eBay or Amazon, download Torque or similar to your phone, assuming you have Android.
  2. Look at the boost pressures, should be about 3 at idle and 20 full bore.
  3. It is possible that the boost sensor had failed, in that case the app will show the wrong boost levels.
  4. Your scv has not failed unless you are getting stalling at idle.
 

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will have to have a look at a obd dongle, got a eds but doesn’t seem to have boost pressure in it. all the powers back and has gotten rid of the excessive black smoke under acceleration


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would the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) be the boost pressure?


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would the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) be the boost pressure?


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Is this the boost pressure sensor mounted to the intercooler top left as you look from front of vehicle easier access with the front grill off, probably worth checking and the little vac pipe off of it
 

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would the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) be the boost pressure?


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Is this the boost pressure sensor mounted to the intercooler top left as you look from front of vehicle easier access with the front grill off, probably worth checking and the little vac pipe off of it
 

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bidding know there was another boost sensor on it, i’ll have a look


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