you can do that. first i'd go full bore on a tuneup tho. plugs wires cap rotor fuel and air filters etc
You don't want to unhook the line going from the exhaust to the egr, then you will be filling the area with exhaust and the car won't run correctly with the exhaust leak(I don't think it will anyways). Several things could be causing this, unplug your IAC sensor while the car is running and see if there is a difference. You could also have a vacuum leak. Or you may be experiencing egr problems.Hi,
Sometimes, when I'm caught in traffic, the engine goes low on Idle when I have to push the clutch's pedal.
Instead of goind down to the normal idling RPMs, it goes doxwn to 400-300RPM and it almost choke.
My engine has almost 200.000 km and has never been checked up but the oil/oil filter/air filter and brake fluid change .
Is the EGR conduit dirty enough to produce this phenomena?
Can I disconnect it by simply unplug it ?
Yeh it's good to clean it out, sorry. I just didn't want him to run like that, the plug came out of the egr bung on my 6 and it didn't run right and sounded like shit.good point! I read it as unplugging it as in disconnecting it with the car off and removing any obstruction in the line then reattaching it