Common Diesel Truck Repairs
Malfunctioning EGR Valve
By recirculating exhaust through a cooler and back into your combustion chamber, you’re lessening your engine’s nitrogen oxide output. The component that allows this to happen is your EGR valve. This valve is designed to manage the recirculation of exhaust gases, but it’s unfortunately known for sticking open on certain engines. When this happens, the recirculation of exhaust gas isn’t controlled, which leads to performance and idling issues.
If your DPF is clogged, you may notice that your heavy-duty truck goes into a limp mode of sorts. You’ll also likely notice a DPF or check engine light on your dashboard. Your DPF is responsible for capturing soot, but its capacity isn’t infinite. Every few years or so, it needs to be cleaned out in order to prevent it from clogging. Here at Neudorf Enterprises, we offer DPF cleaning services of all kinds. We’ll even replace it if necessary.
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