11 Nov, 12

Volkswagen Passat 1.9TDi EGR Removal / EGR Delete Session

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The Volkswagen Passat EGR Valve can be very problematic because these cars suffer from Turbo failures. Once the turbocharger has failed, oil is passed through the Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve and gunks up the valve flap causing a sticky EGR valve. As vehicles age, wear & tear will cause oil to weep through the oil seals of a turbocharger and not necessarily become a fault with the unit as such but can cause faults with the EGR unit as this oil builds up. When the EGR valve does get sticky, then it will eventually cause problems which can lead to mechanical failure of the EGR valve and other components.

Common VW Passat EGR Valve Problems

  • Loss Of Power
  • Smoke On Acceleration
  • Fluttering On Acceleration
  • Poor Fuel Economy
  • Hesitation & Missfire
  • EGR Flap Position Faults
  • EGR Related Fault Codes
  • Engine Management Light On
  • Limp Mode / Safe Mode

These are the most common faults we’ve come across on the VW Passat 1.9TDi with EGR problems, there are various fault codes that are related to EGR problems such as P0401, P0402 & P0403 etc. Replacing the EGR valve can be very costly and having it removed and cleaned every few months is not only expensive but time consuming – it will mean having your vehicle off road for half a day each time you have the EGR valve removed for cleaning. – Cleaning the EGR valve will not cure all EGR problems.

What we offer is a complete EGR Removal service and we don’t mean blanking the EGR off either. Most garages and motor enthusiasts suggest using Blanking plates to blank off the EGR valve. This will stop the turbocharger from passing oil up and stop the EGR from recirculating the gasses – as though it weren’t even fitted. The concept of this idea is perfect, however the reality is quite different.

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Blanking the EGR valve will most definitely cause the Engine Management light to appear causing Emissions faults as well as others. Below we’ve list some of the most common symptoms you can expect from blanking your Volkswagen Passat EGR Valve:

  • Sluggish In Low RPM
  • Down In Power & Loss Of MPG
  • Poor Throttle Response
  • Limp Mode / Safe Mode
  • Engine Management Light On
  • Emissions Workshop Fault

What we offer is a very different approach to this on going EGR problem that motorists experience. We download and reprogram the Engine’s ECU to completely disable the EGR valve and delete all EGR related data strings. By doing so, we can tell the ECU to close the flap on the EGR valve as it is no longer required – making it no longer necessary to fit EGR Blanking Plates!

We will then program the ECU to disable all EGR values and fine-tune the engine to compensate for the vehicle no longer having an EGR valve fitted – this will result in both an increase in power & fuel economy and peace of mind that you will not experience any EGR related faults ever again. No engine management light, no Limp mode, no Emissions workshop faults and no smoking problems.

After we have successfully carried out the EGR Removal service on your Volkswagen Passat, you can expect the following benefits:

  • Increased Throttle Response
  • More Power & Better Performance
  • Gains Of +10-15mpg In Fuel Economy
  • No More EGR Related Faults
  • No Need To Replace Or Repair – Ever!

Our EGR Removal service will also safeguard the engine and heavily reduce carbon build-up in the engine. All our EGR Removal sessions are 100% completely reversible and come with a Lifetime warranty.

For more information, please call us on 0844 847 9999 or email us.

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50 thoughts on “Volkswagen Passat 1.9TDi EGR Removal / EGR Delete Session
  • Hi there,
    I have a vw Passat 1.9 TDI 2004. Since yesterday it start blowing loot of smock . not just on start it is always. what it can be? thank you!

    • Hi Danny

      Your vehicle could be smoking for many reasons – you first need to identify whether it is oil or diesel smoke. You can then begin to rule out possibilities and diagnose the root cause of the problem. We would need more information to assist you – I have sent you an email with some information to help you, if you could come back to me in the email I will try to assist you further.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hi there getting p0401 code vw touran may run for 400 miles without coming on just wondered how much it would cost for egr delete as car is running ok vw touran 1.6 fsi

    • Hi Jon

      Thanks for the enquiry and many apologies for the delay in getting back to you.

      We can definitely help in this situation and I’ve sent you a quick email requesting your postcode before I quote you. If you can kindly respond to the email we will then be able to send over a customised quote.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hi ihave a vw passat 2.9tdi 130bhp 2001 that is over fueling it is possable the EGR valve which is sticking how much to remove this and remap the system im in rochester. Kent

    • Hello Keith,

      Thank you for the enquiry and many apologies for the delay in our response.

      We’ve sent you an email with pricing and information regarding the different EGR Delete / Removal services we can offer you for your VW Passat.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

  • Hello. I have a 59 plate vw passat 2.0d. Recent issues that glow plug warning light popps onnthen flashes atbrhe same tine it goes to limp mode. I was able to stop startbthe engine to clear the system but after a fre days it would happen again. Now the management likght is on all the time but the car still goes into likp mode but i can reset it by the stop start method. Any advice. ?
    Thought about trying to remove egr and see if it needs cleaning ir trying the egr spray method into air intake???
    Cheers

    • Hi Chas

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      It may be just a sticky valve, which may need cleaning as a short term fix but we can certainly help by deleting the EGR permanently to stop the fault coming back. We have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

    • Hi Noman

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

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