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Old 08-13-2015, 03:09 PM
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Re: EGR is lovely, ain't it?

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Does our EGR pull from before or after the DPF?

I guess the Range Rover diesel has their EGR pull from after the DPF, presumably so less soot gets into the EGR system and potentially less clogging over time.

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Just ordered the GDE tune. I missed that reference in the Land Rover article earlier about how it's low pressure EGR system uses post-DEF exhaust gases, resulting in less diesel soot.

I also read that Volvo white paper and I'm thinking that approach must be similar to how GDE achieves a tune that results in negligible Nox levels without the EGR, they do so via the SCR.

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Re: EGR is lovely, ain't it?

with EGR enabled, what parts are likely to fail and require replacement. Hopefully for FCA this occurs after 36k miles.
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with EGR enabled, what parts are likely to fail and require replacement. Hopefully for FCA this occurs after 36k miles.
Almost guaranteed that it will. Many users running bone stock have reported mileages in the upper 5 figures with no failure due to EGR. Of course, since it's engine components that would fail, you're more likely looking at the 5 Year/100k mile powertrain warranty than anything else.
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