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Thread: Oem egr valves for 1.9cdti 150's.

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    Trim : Sri nav

    Engine : Z19dth

    Year : 2006

    Default Oem egr valves for 1.9cdti 150's.

    Has anyone had experience of oem egr valves on the 150 compared with genuine parts?
    I've got a genuine one at the moment which is starting to fail more often. It has only lasted 2 years, so I'm reluctant to spend over £100 for a new genuine one when there is oem ones available for £50 via eBay.

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    Vehicle : Vectra SRi

    Trim : XP1

    Engine : 1.9 CDTi 150

    Year : 2007

    Mileage : 66000

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    Sorry, no experience with non GM EGR's, but you can get it blanked and mapped out (with no remap) for just over the price of an OEM one (or £200 with a remap)

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    What makes you think that it is failing, usually all they need is a clean have a look at the how 2 section for a guide on cleaning egr,s
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
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    OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer which is genuine

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    That's not what I was asking guys. Thanks for the input though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutybrown View Post
    OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer which is genuine
    Sorry, I must have misunderstood. I meant one that isn't advertised as genuine.

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    Trim : Sri nav

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    The car is already remapped, dpf and egr delete was done along with it. However, it seems that my remapper wasn't able to fully delete it's operation from all maps (his words, not mine) so occasionally egr gets used, or a dpf equiped 150 operates slightly differently.
    It's been cleaned countless times and cleans up well, although when rinsing with water i can get a trickle to pass from one side to the other indicating that the spring must have weakened.

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