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2009 Skoda Octavia 1.9 EGR Valve Removed from a 2009 Skoda Octavia 1.9 Diesel 5 Speed Manual Elegance TDi 5 Door Estate that has covered 64960 miles
2007 SKODA OCTAVIA 1.9 TDI MK2 EGR VALVE REF: DAD7003 MB1 P/N: 038131501AN 016709041 THIS PART HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM A LOW MILEAGE 2007 SKODA OCTAVI...
"> FOR 2008 SKODA OCTAVIA MK 2 1.9 TDi EGR VALVE THIS ITEM HAS BEEN TESTED AND IS IN GOOD WORKING ORDER,THIS ITEM HAS RECENTLY BEEN REMO...
"> 2007 SKODA OCTAVIA MK2 EGR VALVE PART NUMBER: 03G13063E THIS PART HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM A 2007 SKODA OCTAVIA WHICH HAD LOW MILEAGE &am...
SKODA OCTAVIA TDI EST. 2008 EGR VALVE 038 129 637 D
The EGR Valve (The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve) is a very important component. Located near your exhaust manifold, it helps your vehicle to run more efficiently and control NOX emissions – failure to do so can result in an MOT failure.
A defective EGR Valve means the engine receives too much or too little gas which affects the overall performance of the vehicle and fuel consumption. You may poor accelerating, and may throw off the engine timing causing the vehicle to stall.
In many instances, you do not need to replace the EGR Valve. The EGR Valve may be stuck or blocked so a good clean can solve the issue. If you have checked all these potential factors and your are experiencing performance issues then it is most likely the EGR Valve will need replacing.
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