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LM Diesel Air Intake & EGR Cleaner 500ml
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In diesel engines, fouling as a result of soot accumulation and depositing occurs as a result of driving at low revs, ecodriving or from making short journeys. If fouling occurs anywhere in the diesel engine, the dirt quickly spreads through the entire intake system, as a result of which the engine starts to run irregularly and eventually it even cuts out. This dirt does not go away of its own accord or from regular motorway driving. The intake system must therefore be pointedly and preventively cleaned. JLM Diesel Air Intake & EGR Cleaner is a powerful and effective cleaner that cleans the valve on the exhaust gas recirculation system, the complete intake system and the intake valves in the cylinder head. Diesel Air Intake & EGR Cleaner restores the air supply to the engine. This improves engine power and acceleration and reduces the amount of smoke from the exhaust. Use Diesel Air Intake & EGR Cleaner if the engine idles irregularly or cuts out spontaneously.
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This is simply sprayed into the air intake in short bursts of a few seconds, the engine will drop down in revs then pick up again. I used about half a can of this and took the inlet cover off to see what it had done. It had shifted more carbon from the intake and throttle valve (it turns the hardened carbon slightly soft which helps remove it) Taking the EGR off though it wasn't entirely coked up with carbon a bit but not enough to stop it working (some build up is to be expected) A few parts of the EGR had been penetrated with the solution though not deep inside the chambers so I consider it somewhat effective at removing carbon but not entirely. Do look at the codes you are getting though there are several and they are usually 0401, 0402 etc I had an 0405 code which is a voltage problem this wasn't a mechanical issue thus the EGR needed to be replaced. Other codes tend to indicate that the valve is stuck open or closed in those cases cleaning is advised first (replace the gaskets if possible)
For proper cleaning the only way to really do this is take the EGR off and this does melt the carbon, for cleaning via the intake it does the job there and it helps in the combustion cylinders more than the EGR. It's worth trying without removing the EGR but if errors keep coming off then you will need to remove and inspect the unit. Not bad but don't expect deep EGR cleaning via the air intake, just some.