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MBE900 EGR COOLER PROBLEMS

Discussion in 'Truck Talk' started by NEVERHOME247, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. NEVERHOME247

    NEVERHOME247 Veteran Expediter Charter Member

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    ANYONE HAD PROBLEMS WITH MBE900 EGR COOLER GOING BAD? JUST CURIOUS IF ANYONE WHO HAS A MBE900 HAS HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH EGR COOLERS. HAD ONE GO BAD AT 70k AND AGAIN @ 140K. SEEMS TO BE A 70k MILE PROBLEM. EGR COOLER LEAKS COOLANT INTERNALY. BOTH REPAIRS UNDER WARRANTY. PARTS WERE ABOUT $2K. WILL BE EXPENSIVE WHEN NOT UNDER WARRANTY. I AM TRYING TO ESTABLISH IF THIS IS A WIDE SPREAD PROBLEM WITH THIS PARTICULAR ENGINE.
     
  2. LDB

    LDB Veteran Expediter Retired Expediter

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    I've got 90k on mine and no problems so far, knock on wood.

    p.s. If you'll turn off your caps lock key your posts will be easier to read.

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    245K on ours, nothing yet, Knock on wood.
     
  4. davekc
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    It sounds like it is idling at too low of RPM. It probably needs to be a little higher. This was a common problem on some M2's. You can buy a device to raise and lower your idle manually, or you will have to have the dealer adjust your computer.

    Davekc
     
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