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[Frontera] Limp Mode

Discussion in 'Antara, Brava, Frontera, Mokka & Monterey owners forum' started by PaulHam, Oct 3, 2016.

  1. PaulHam

    PaulHam New Member

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    My diesel 2003 2.2 Frontera keeps going into limp mode, over the last few months its happening more and more. It randomly kicks into limp mode but also randomly drops out again too. On a 25min journey it did it 5 times. the other day on the same journey it only did it once, but was stuck it in the whole way. Any suggestions on what it could be and what I should be looking at?


    Over the weekend I took off the EGR valve (its a electronic one, no vacuum pipes), and cleaned it and also cleaned the inlet and valves. I was hoping that it would fix my limp mode problem but it hasnt. nothing has changed unfortunately. Any ideas?


    These are the recurring codes.

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  2. Smithy1984

    Smithy1984 New Member

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    I would say it is likely to be a broken vacuum pipe, as it normally throws up fault codes to do with EGR valve etc.
     

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