Performs the exhaust gas recirculation
The exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system is a system that reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in combustion engines.
EGR valve operates by re-circulating a portion of the engine’s exhaust gases, routing them back to the engine intake, thus introducing them to the combustion.
As a result, the oxygen content in the air-fuel charge mixture is reduced. Consequently, the combustion temperature gets lowered and the nitrogen oxide (NOx) gas concentration in the exhaust reduces significantly.
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EGR valves operate in the extreme temperature range of the exhaust gases. Most common issues with the EGR relate to improper quality of the exhaust gases and related systems.
An excessive carbon/soot formation that builds up inside the valve is one of the most common causes for EGR valve failures. Excessive oil consumption and thus combustion contamination, malfunction of crankcase ventilation, turbocharger failures, improper fuel and/or improper fuel injection can lead to excessive carbon fouling, soot build up and restricting of the opening/closing function of the valve.
Specific driving patterns (e.g. only driving short distances) over the long term can also affect the EGR valve’s operation.
A malfunctioning EGR valve will result in improper engine combustion and lead to choking/irregular idling and can typically be spotted by engine faults registered by the ECU.