Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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Thats a primer under the bonnet, AFAIK there should be a pump in the tank

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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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We really need the VIN, not all the 1.6 diesels have a pump in the tank, just a sender gauge.

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Try to post the VIN number soon as possible, but the engine code is 9HZ

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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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That will be a 1.6 HDi 110 particle emission filter with (DV6TED4) engine - and these do not have a pump in the fuel tank - just a sender.

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Then? I still don’t know how to bleed the fuel lines. 😂

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I know that there is a screw on the top op the fuel filter, but so I have to pump, and then open the screw?
Or open the screw first and then pump til it’s coming clear fuel from the pipe on the fuel filter?

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Follow the procedure here for bleeding (illustrated) - this is what you need to do if you were changing the fuel filter on this engine specifically:

https://www.frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/ ... 97#p529497

You will need some of the tools shown.

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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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Thanks for good help.
Difficult prosess, think I have to leave this one for workers.

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Find this little plug under the EGR , the fuels lines is going in to this. Old EGR valve melted this part. Someone know what this is for?
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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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If it's the 5 pin black plug then it's the EGR solenoid valve plug - controls the solenoid and throttle motor commands etc.

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Don’t know how many pins it is, but when I run diagnostic, it’s no fault codes about that. Only something about glow plugs. Still not possible to start the car

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This is the fuel rail pressure sensor. Weird that the diagnostic dosent show this problem. Can someone help me with the oem part number for this part?

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The EGR won't be near the rail - the rail fuel pressure sensor is on the end of the rail here on the right hand side - item (1)
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Your photo is hard to identify what you are looking at as it's too close in.

Citroen only sell the complete rail with sensor.

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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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Here can you see that the sensor is right under the egr valve
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Re: Citroen C5 2009 EGR valve

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The part for the fuel rail (with sensor) is 1570G2:
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You can get the sensors on their own from aftermarket suppliers.