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    is there a how to on how to fit a erg vale to a 1.9cdti 150 vectra?

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    Havn't seen one in the How 2's, not sure where it is on the 1.9 !
    i think you will need a new gasket though ! please post some pics
    if you do have a go !

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    will do it at the back on the right hand side will put a how to when it do it

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    probably one of the easiest egr valves to change is the 1.9 150.

    first remove the engine cover then at the back right hand side of engine you will se egr . first you take of 2 x 10mm nuts on the left hand side that releases the engine cover mount . then undo 2 x 13mm or 12mm (carnt remember exact size ) bolts pointing down through the egr . then you remove the 4 10mm bolts on the back the 2 on the left are nuts but they actualy remove the complete stud . and then once its loose all you need to do is undo the wireing harnes from underneath .

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    yes thats not far off , they are very easy to remove and you will find there will probably be plenty of carbon deposits in it , mark the valve where its joined to the black actuator/alloy caseing mark both then remove the black part aswell to clean it inside also, dont forget to scrape the carbon from just inside the inlet of the manifold and i used the same gasket as i was carefull and it was fine boy it goes like a train now!!.

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