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Old 26th November 2023, 21:06   #11
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Hi Dave. Not sure but I believe I have read somewhere on here that the vacuum is quite high to move the plunger in the egr. So you probably won’t be able to move it. Have a word with Steve (Arctic).
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Old 27th November 2023, 14:01   #12
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I use one of those cheap and cheerful vacuum pumps from eBay - ideal for testing EGRs and bleeding brakes and clutches single handed.
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