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Old 02-02-2010, 08:08 AM
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What is normal EGR % on the Dash Daq?

I loaded up the Stock No dpf tune to try to free up the EGR valve, highest I've seen it is 29%. What is everyone reading on this or any of the tunes?
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:53 AM
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It will vary a lot with a EGR enabled tune. Not sure what it should say though, my EGR has been shut off since I think March of last year.
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Why do you need to free up the EGR valve?
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i've been monitoring mine too cause i thought it was stuck. i've seen mine as high as 50 but mostly see it in the high 20s and only noticing it working when my engine is warm. Hillbilly, can anything bad happen if the valve gets stuck closed?
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Why do you need to free up the EGR valve?
Throwing a code when running the lower tunes.
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