First timer here and hoping someone might be able to help with a problem I'm having with my Ford Focus. I have recently blanked the EGR valve on my Focus 1. They are P - Exhaust gas recirculation throttle position control circuit, P - EGR throttle position sensor circuit out of range and P - Exhaust gas recirculation throttle control circuit "A" high. The car is running fine, actually better than it did, and not going into limp mode. Can anyone tell me if these codes are linked to the blanking of the EGR valve, or something else, and whether they will eventually stop, and if not, what I can do to stop the fault codes coming up again? Normally I would agree with what your saying, however I know a few Focus owners who have done this to their DV6 engines, and some have had error codes that reset themselves after a while, and some have had no codes at all.
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Also there is foam like stuff on my air filter from the breather on the top of the engine that goes to the side of the filter holder. Just wondering what it is and how I get rid of it also it smells like burnt gas or oil or something Thank you for all your help. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Newer Post Older Post Home.
Title Hack text Have I helped you? Consider donating! The symptoms are a "stumble" and what feels like an erratic loss of power when cruising around at partial throttle. Definitions: EGR means "Exhaust Gas Recirculation", the process of sucking exhaust gases back into the engine to re-burn them.
We recommend 6. Modified engines be more susceptible to EGR valve clogging concerns due to a greater production of exhaust soot. Consider this - what comes out of your tailpipe must also pass through the EGR valve. If performance tunes or other injection modifications give your truck a tendency to produce more smoke, the same soot is passing through your EGR system.