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  1. Removing/blanking egr 
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    Hello new here, new to dirty diesel side of things too.

    Recently bought a a6 for a very cheap price. With that price as you can imagine there are some problems so expect aome more posts.
    I bought a blanking plate that is designed to remove the egr system completely as i think this is causing one of the faults with the car and the guy was pointing to the egr sensor (he spoke very little english)
    if i remove the system completely will i need work done on the ecu. Or am i better of cleaning it then fitting just one plate to blank off so it doesnt get filled with soot.

    the engine is a 2.5 tdi v6 (ake)

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    Get the plate,s off eBay about 11 remove pipe work small plate block front off large block under turbo then block vacuum pipe with small bolt and off you go woosh saves 120 for new egr.


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