Why this service is important
The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve, or ‘EGR’, on Diesel vehicles, is an emission control device that reintroduces exhaust gases into the engine to reduce emissions by lowering combustion chamber temperatures. Unfortunately, diesel exhaust can contain large amounts of soot and carbon, which builds up restricting air flow through the EGR valve. This can cause poor engine performance, a rough idle and increased fuel consumption.
THIS SERVICE CAN HELP
• Restore Power & Performance
• Increase Fuel Economy
• Reduce Harmful Emissions
EDR-3 DIESEL EGR SERVICE | Part #73400
How it Works
The EDR-3 adjusts flow or pauses the service to avoid potential fluid build-up or hydrolock if the engine stalls or RPM’s drop too low. Flow rate and fluid volume are also adjusted if the catalytic convertor temperature exceeds acceptable levels, eliminating issues commonly found with most fuel service equipment.
Lower Harmful Emissions
PRODUCT PROTECTION PLAN
Visit a service center featuring MOC Products, purchase a qualifying diesel fuel system service, and receive up to $4,000 of limited lifetime protection on select system components. Follow the links below to verify vehicle eligibility and to locate a dealer near you.