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When does my EGR Cooler need to be checked?
You should get your vehicle checked by a qualified technician if your vehicle displays a diagnostic warning light, you experience loss of performance, increased fuel consumption, loss of power, loud noises from the engine or black/white smoke.
A Natrad specialist can perform a free inspection on your vehicle cooling system.
How much will repair or replacement of an EGR Cooler or valve cost?
The repair or replacement cost for your EGR cooler depends on the vehicle specifications, as well as the reason for the EGR circulation failure. In most cases if the EGR valve needs to be replaced, the pipes and hoses will also need to be replaced to prevent re-contamination.
How do I care for my EGR cooler?
Getting regular oil changes will prevent sludge build up in the engine and help to protect your EGR cooler. Having the EGR valve cleaned every 80,000 to 100,000 km will also help maintain efficient EGR performance.
Why is the EGR cooler important?
An undetected EGR cooler fault can lead to serious engine damage. If you think there may be an issue with your vehicle cooling, such as a coolant leak, or white smoke from the exhaust, it’s best to have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the head gasket or turbocharger.
Why choose an aftermarket EGR cooler?
If the original equipment EGR cooler is faulty, replacing with a more efficient, durable EGR cooler can prevent early failure. Ask your Natrad specialist about an EGR cooler upgrade for your vehicle.
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