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Peugeot 307 1.6 HDi 9HX - P0490 i P1162 EGR EDC16C32

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  • #1
    Aleksander_01
    Level 41  
    Hello.

    I have a problem with the car as in the topic, Peugeot 308 after lifts, engine 1.6 HDi 9HX without FAP (factory without FAP) - after erasing errors in a few seconds P0490 and P1162 are coming back, even without firing a car. After a longer ride there are other errors with EGR, no EGR position is visible on the live data view. I substituted the new EGR (replacement), but the same thing happens. I checked the 100W bulb passing the wires to the computer - everything's fine. On the EGR execution test, it works like the EGR throttle - I also check the transitions to it, and I can not locate where one cable goes (the rest has a passage).

    Also, the reading from the MAF is overvalued by about 200 units at a standstill, while the difference varies, but still is.

    I would ask for a schematic of this element (EGR throttle), possibly a schematic diagram of the entire engine installation, as well as for clues - is not this a programming fault that would be arranged by the new software?
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  • #2
    Bieda z nędzą
    Level 34  
    First, I would do an EGR adaptation.
  • #3
    moto-kord
    Level 28  
    All five wires enter the engine controller.
  • #4
    pako150
    Level 17  
    What did you start with EGR (company)? What are you diagnosing? Can you see the driver trying to open?
  • #5
    Aleksander_01
    Level 41  
    Bieda z nędzą wrote:
    First, I would do an EGR adaptation.


    Made, to no avail.

    moto-kord wrote:
    All five wires enter the engine controller


    And this can be a big thank you for this information, I will have a car this week, or I will check it again next time.

    pako150 wrote:
    What did you start with EGR (company)? What are you diagnosing? Can you see the driver trying to open?


    There are no opening attempts, the car has been running well for about two years after the purchase, the EGR fault has only appeared this year. EGR EGR, I know it's not the highest shelf, but friends in the store said they did not have any problems with that. I diagnose with Gscan, Launchem, but a friend came with a toy service and readings / errors overlapped.
  • #6
    pako150
    Level 17  
    Ok, how does EGR behave when playing with gas? Can you see the driver trying to drive?
  • #7
    Bieda z nędzą
    Level 34  
    Give a screenshot of the planet so that I know what mistakes are exactly, I mean description.
  • #8
    T5
    Admin of Cars group
    As I remember, the power supply is common to the EGR, the flow meter and the fuel pressure sensor.
  • #9
    bodzio012
    Level 32  
    T5 wrote:
    As I remember, the power supply is common to the EGR, the flow meter and the fuel pressure sensor.


    In addition, check if you have 5V and not 2.5V.
  • #10
    Bieda z nędzą
    Level 34  
    Gentlemen, it is not known what the diagnosis was made, because universal testers are putting on HDI. Completely different errors crashes the planets, and completely different KTS or autocom; or something else.
    That's why I am waiting for errors from the planet.
    And even if some adaptation was made, it was not universal either. Only planets and the "parts replacement" function.
  • #11
    Aleksander_01
    Level 41  
    Bieda z nędzą wrote:
    Give a screenshot of the planet so that I know what mistakes are exactly, I mean description.


    From Planet:

    P0490 - Electric EGR valve position copy signal
    P1162 - Electric EGR valve position copy signal

    As for the voltages, then the 5V on the plug from the valve is, the transition to the ECU too. One throttle cable has no ECU transition and I will check how I will have a car.

    When viewing live data, it is not possible to read the current EGR position at all.
  • #12
    moto-kord
    Level 28  
    5v is on plug No. 1 and 12v should be in 3 and mass in 5

    Added after 8 [minutes]:

    Aleksander_01 wrote:
    When viewing live data, it is not possible to read the current EGR position at all.

    Because the valve is blocked due to error p1162.
  • #13
    Aleksander_01
    Level 41  
    moto-kord wrote:
    5v is on plug No. 1 and 12v should be in 3 and mass in 5

    Added after 8 [minutes]:

    Aleksander_01 wrote:
    When viewing live data, it is not possible to read the current EGR position at all.

    Because the valve is blocked due to error p1162.


    When this 12V occurs, because after removing the plug and starting the engine, there is nothing - unless at the moment of the drive. In any case, the valve test works on the executive test (I was looking at the new one) so 12V should be.

    Adaptation was also made with a suitable - factory - device.
  • #14
    T5
    Admin of Cars group
    Alexander, from the side of the page, you approach the matter.
  • #15
    adamek175
    Level 11  
    Aleksander_01 will you tell me what was the solution to this problem?
  • #16
    Aleksander_01
    Level 41  
    I haven't been here for six months, so I'm answering just now. There were two faults there, one was EGR sticking to the mass and the other was in the pipes. It rarely happens, but it does.