EGR Delete question

Olstangguy

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When you delete your EGR, is it necessary to trick the PCM to avoid codes. Is there something like a MIL eliminator for this?
Maybe a resistor across the plug that is left hanging. I'm not ready to purchace a tuner at this time. I want the EGR gone
before I do the intake/cam swap now that its warm enough to work in the garage. Search function no help. Thanks
 

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yep, you have to turn off that code, or you get the light.
 

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Olstangguy said:
When you delete your EGR, is it necessary to trick the PCM to avoid codes. Is there something like a MIL eliminator for this?
Maybe a resistor across the plug that is left hanging. I'm not ready to purchace a tuner at this time. I want the EGR gone
before I do the intake/cam swap now that its warm enough to work in the garage. Search function no help. Thanks

Once you get the egr off it should throw a code... just go to an advance auto and have them delete the code free of charge.
 

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firstonraceday said:
Olstangguy said:
When you delete your EGR, is it necessary to trick the PCM to avoid codes. Is there something like a MIL eliminator for this?
Maybe a resistor across the plug that is left hanging. I'm not ready to purchace a tuner at this time. I want the EGR gone
before I do the intake/cam swap now that its warm enough to work in the garage. Search function no help. Thanks

Once you get the egr off it should throw a code... just go to an advance auto and have them delete the code free of charge.
then go back to advance everyday for the rest of the time you own your car and have them continue to turn it off. :rollinglaugh:
 

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HA - That was funny. The EGR valve is ugly but I guess it's going to stay for awhile. When I think I'm done with the mods,
I'll get it tuned and get rid of that ugly puppy. Thanks for the responses.
 

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DFG_Pimpin said:
firstonraceday said:
Olstangguy said:
When you delete your EGR, is it necessary to trick the PCM to avoid codes. Is there something like a MIL eliminator for this?
Maybe a resistor across the plug that is left hanging. I'm not ready to purchace a tuner at this time. I want the EGR gone
before I do the intake/cam swap now that its warm enough to work in the garage. Search function no help. Thanks

Once you get the egr off it should throw a code... just go to an advance auto and have them delete the code free of charge.
then go back to advance everyday for the rest of the time you own your car and have them continue to turn it off. :rollinglaugh:

I work at advance and Ive never had that problem :)
 

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the computer goes threw a check every once in a while and then throws the code back up..... found that out with the mil thing with the o/r pipe. :) in about 2 days it poped it up again and again and again.... :drunk:
 

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