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Author:  WWDiesel [ Wed Oct 23, 2019 10:55 am ]
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Vards wrote:
2011+ MAP sensorHi all, anyone here from euro/aus/sa that does operator maintenance on their 2011+ CRD? The manifold/egr side is different from the noob guide and I cant find the MAP sensor. I’ve cleaned another sensor that looks like the map sensor but its not on the manifold its on the intake pipe.

That picture definitely looks like the "MAP" sensor!

Certainly an interesting location that makes a lot of sense. Located in the boost line before EGR injection and would not be affected by engine heat flux. :shock:
My wheels are turning, maybe relocate our MAP sensors to a similar location away from engine flux heat on our US CRD's, benefits? :idea: :idea: :idea:

Author:  GordnadoCRD [ Fri Oct 25, 2019 5:47 am ]
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Try cross-referencing the part number from the other side?

Author:  Vards [ Mon Oct 28, 2019 3:33 am ]
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from what I could find it seems to be the intake temp sensor not the MAP sensor. Still no luck finding the MAP sensor!

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Author:  Partsguy19 [ Wed Jan 08, 2020 5:54 pm ]
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New 2006 CRD owner. Perfect guide! Still have questions but will post elsewhere in the forums.

Thank you!

Author:  Rrusse11 [ Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:41 am ]
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Going to look at a high mileage (230k) "05 CRD tomorrow, this guide was very helpfull and gives me a good idea
of what to look for. Not a total diesel noob, I've been running with VW TDIs for the last 6 years.
The specifics of this thread are much appreciated.

Wish me luck!

Author:  Trapper458 [ Sat Apr 04, 2020 1:44 pm ]
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Author:  dalebolger [ Sat May 09, 2020 9:40 pm ]
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Author:  DizzyDiesel [ Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:55 pm ]
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Hi everyone. Been a CRD owner for a few years and loving this Jeep. Thanks for this guide, very helpful. Changed my oils and filters, cleaned my MAP sensor, did the ORM and the EHM and changed the turbo hoses. I can feel the difference. Now the next steps are EGR delete kit stage 1+2 and changing the timing belt. Was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of good instructions for the EGR delete. I'm a self taught mechanic, every thing I know is from youtube and forums and I can't seem to find any instructions on how to perform this correctly. Thanks in advance.

Author:  WWDiesel [ Thu Jul 02, 2020 4:16 pm ]
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DizzyDiesel wrote:
Hi everyone. Been a CRD owner for a few years and loving this Jeep. Thanks for this guide, very helpful. Changed my oils and filters, cleaned my MAP sensor, did the ORM and the EHM and changed the turbo hoses. I can feel the difference. Now the next steps are EGR delete kit stage 1+2 and changing the timing belt. Was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of good instructions for the EGR delete. I'm a self taught mechanic, every thing I know is from youtube and forums and I can't seem to find any instructions on how to perform this correctly. Thanks in advance.

EHM is bad, the CCV system on this engine requires the vacuum from the turbo suction to function properly.
See this thread, kinda long, but very informative:> viewtopic.php?f=5&t=80491
Most install a ProVent 200 filter to capture and separate any liquids coming out of the vapors from the CCV system before they enter the turbo inlet.

EGR removal.
Total EGR removal kits are available on eBay:> https://www.ebay.com/itm/EGR-FCV-Delete ... SwdAleb0Mv

After EGR removal, free DIY tunes are available on the DIY ECM Flash thread on LOST @:> viewtopic.php?f=98&t=78418
Reflashing with the CORRECT tune for your vehicle's ECM software version will get rid of the DTC (check engine light) that is set when the EGR & FCV are unplugged and totally removed.
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Author:  DizzyDiesel [ Thu Jul 02, 2020 10:05 pm ]
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Quote:
EHM is bad, the CCV system on this engine requires the vacuum from the turbo suction to function properly.
See this thread, kinda long, but very informative:> viewtopic.php?f=5&t=80491
Most install a ProVent 200 filter to capture and separate any liquids coming out of the vapors from the CCV system before they enter the turbo inlet.

EGR removal.
Total EGR removal kits are available on eBay:> https://www.ebay.com/itm/EGR-FCV-Delete ... SwdAleb0Mv

After EGR removal, free DIY tunes are available on the DIY ECM Flash thread on LOST @:> viewtopic.php?f=98&t=78418
Reflashing with the CORRECT tune for your vehicle's ECM software version will get rid of the DTC (check engine light) that is set when the EGR & FCV are unplugged and totally removed.


Hi WWDiesel, thanks for the response.

I read a few pages of the thread you mentioned (it is kinda long indeed :-)r but will finish it soon) and now I know the provent is needed to keep the vacuum. Thanks for that, my mind was set on keep the EHM for budget purposes. I'm was going with the EHM because I was waiting for my EGR delete kit (Just got it in the mail :mrgreen: ) and wanted to reduce soot as soon as possible, also all provent kits seem to be out of stock for now, I can only find the oil separator can (maybe I could use custom hoses while I wait for the catch can kit to come back). So now I have my delete kit and my MPPS cable with the software installed and I read the ECU file in notepad to know the correct tunes(808 EGR delete tune already downloaded and was wondering if it could be applied before the actual deletion). I'm ready to do the installation and was looking for an how-to to be sure I get everything right. This will be my first time doing this and will probably have a good mechanic friend with me but I would really like to understand where I'm going with this and know this stuff for myself and others to share with. Do you know if there is already a thread with instructions that I did not find in here? I read that they used to come with the week's kit but the one I got on ebay did not.

Author:  WWDiesel [ Thu Jul 02, 2020 11:30 pm ]
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DizzyDiesel wrote:
Hi WWDiesel, thanks for the response.
I read a few pages of the thread you mentioned (it is kinda long indeed :-)r but will finish it soon) and now I know the provent is needed to keep the vacuum. Thanks for that, my mind was set on keep the EHM for budget purposes. I'm was going with the EHM because I was waiting for my EGR delete kit (Just got it in the mail :mrgreen: ) and wanted to reduce soot as soon as possible, also all provent kits seem to be out of stock for now, I can only find the oil separator can (maybe I could use custom hoses while I wait for the catch can kit to come back). So now I have my delete kit and my MPPS cable with the software installed and I read the ECU file in notepad to know the correct tunes(808 EGR delete tune already downloaded and was wondering if it could be applied before the actual deletion). I'm ready to do the installation and was looking for an how-to to be sure I get everything right. This will be my first time doing this and will probably have a good mechanic friend with me but I would really like to understand where I'm going with this and know this stuff for myself and others to share with. Do you know if there is already a thread with instructions that I did not find in here? I read that they used to come with the week's kit but the one I got on ebay did not.

IDParts has the ProVent available:> https://www.idparts.com/mann-provent-39 ... -2334.html
Sasquatch Parts has the ProVent available and has a complete kit with silicone hoses and mounting bracket in stock:> https://shop.sasquatchparts.com/vehicle ... vent-kits/

This is a YouTube video that covers EGR removal. There are several more if you search.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPkg8osDlNw

IF you have questions or need advice, just ask. Plenty of help on LOST! :wink:

Author:  DizzyDiesel [ Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:36 am ]
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Both IDparts and Sasquatch only have the ProVent can, not the installation kit. They are out of stock on that. Do you know of a thread that could help me install the can without it?

This is the kit I got.https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stage-1-2-EGR-FCV-Delete-Full-Kit-for-2005-06-Jeep-Liberty-2-8L-Turbo-Diesel-CRD/193384579235?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
Is it complete like the one Sasquatch used to sell?

Author:  WWDiesel [ Fri Jul 03, 2020 2:03 am ]
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DizzyDiesel wrote:
Both IDparts and Sasquatch only have the ProVent can, not the installation kit. They are out of stock on that. Do you know of a thread that could help me install the can without it?
This is the kit I got.https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stage-1-2-EGR-FCV-Delete-Full-Kit-for-2005-06-Jeep-Liberty-2-8L-Turbo-Diesel-CRD/193384579235?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
Is it complete like the one Sasquatch used to sell?

Does this help?
viewtopic.php?f=5&t=83541

Author:  DizzyDiesel [ Fri Jul 03, 2020 8:27 am ]
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Yes it does! Thank you!

If you you know of one like that with EGR delete procedure that would be a great help also. :D

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