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    Quote Originally Posted by Stump2jz View Post
    So ive gone through most of this thread. And i see majority use the plate to block the egr. So i did some searching around and i stumbled across this. Has anyone used this on a crd30 engine?? Ive got a 2010 dx patrol ute and i was wondering if it would be any good??

    https://www.dieselsmart.shop/product...ull-egr-delete

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    Yeah you could use it but I would just block the EGR and if the engine light does come on, which it doesn't always happen with the CRD's, then good. If it does, then get this kit.

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    So ive had a few spare moments to look at doing my egr block today before heading of to a job and ive notice a few things. Ive noticed some gasket crap and what looks to be a new gasket sticking out from the egr pipe on the intake side and a yellow pen mark on the vnt thingy on the side of the turbo. Im wondering, could my egr be already done and it has been adjusted to suit via the turbo? I still plan to pull it apart and see whats what but. Any thoughts?

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    @Stump2jz have not got my vehicle at the moment but that plate is most likely a gasket but can't say for certain unless removed. May have had a split EGR pipe running behind engine to exhaust manifold. Best to block EGR at both exhaust and inlet manifold.

    The yellow mark on actuator rod is the witness/position mark for correct adjustment from factory of VNT actuator rod, eg: vacuum required to lift actuator rod so the lever (the bottom plate in pic), lifts to hit the grubscrew/stop which controls the turbo exhaust wheel vane operation. Do not change it unless you really know what you are doing.
    2008 GU WAG ST Manual CRD - To do the job

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    Your compressor wheel housing (turbo inlet) appears to have a lot of oil smear, check the hose clamp and inlet elbow bolts. Get yourself a catch can in you do not have one.
    2008 GU WAG ST Manual CRD - To do the job

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    Thanks for the feedback guys. Have a catch can fitted, just got to do the egr block now. Will probably do it at the manifold as i will be doing a 3 inch stainless exhaust asap.

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    Hi Timbo,
    I am new to nissanpatrol.com.au, and am the owner of a 2003 GU 3 litre patrol.
    I recently had the inlet manifold removed and cleaned as the old girl had lost heaps of power. This then prompted me to looking into blanking off or removing the erv.
    Your post is so helpful, and I will be getting a plate made and fitting it myself.
    Just one question - once plate is fitted at the inlet manifold end, is there any additional requirement for oil catch pot or computer re programming ?

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