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Hi, got the above car Nov last year and had loads of issues regarding "Check Injection" and "Check Emisions" with fault codes P0409 P0487. After 3 EGR Valves DPF and wiring loom modification all done under warranty car seemed fine. Warranty ran out last month and this morning the dreaded "Check Injection" came on with codes P0403 and P0409. Can someone point us in the right direction. Car has done 70k and the last 5k has been mainly motorway by me. It took the dealer 3 months to sort out and much frustration. Run fine for 2 months and bang gone again. Is it likeley to hav blown another egr valve?
 

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if it is the same fault as when it was in warranty, take it back. they didn't fix it then. doesn't matter if warranty has expired, you had the fault in warranty period and it isn't sorted! get onto customer services if the dealer is no help. it was manufacturer warranty wasn't it?
 

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Actually got the car from a Hyundai main dealer and it was there warranty. Service manager used to dread the car coming in as they didnt know what to do next. Eventually they took it to an independant Renault specialist who fitted a genuine EGR valve and carried out the wiring loom mod. Problem seemed to clear. Noticed it doesnt do it when cold. Only after about 9 miles. Starts first turn so dont think its a glowplug.
 

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Actually got the car from a Hyundai main dealer and it was there warranty. Service manager used to dread the car coming in as they didnt know what to do next. Eventually they took it to an independant Renault specialist who fitted a genuine EGR valve and carried out the wiring loom mod. Problem seemed to clear. Noticed it doesnt do it when cold. Only after about 9 miles. Starts first turn so dont think its a glowplug.
Did you eventually figure out the problem?
 
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