RangeRover Sport / L494 2017 ENGINE EMISSION CONTROL MANUAL 

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COMPONENT LOCATION – EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION

E146140

 











ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Left vacuum tube
2 EGR cooler bypass valve solenoid
3 Left EGR cooler and valve housing
4 Left EGR outlet tube
5 Right EGR outlet tube
6 Right EGR cooler and valve housing
7 Right vacuum tube

 

COMPONENT LOCATION – LOW PRESSURE (LP) EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM

E171872

 










ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Right EGR cooler and valve housing
2 Exhaust manifold
3 Low Pressure (LP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) cooler and valve housing
4 Turbocharger
5 Exhaust gas inlet from post Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
6 Clean air inlet from air intake system

 

COMPONENT LOCATION – CRANKCASE VENTILATION

E146141

 








ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Left camshaft cover ventilation tube
2 Oil separator
3 Right camshaft cover ventilation tube
4 Crankcase ventilation hose and tube assembly

EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM

The EGR system is used to control the amount of exhaust gas being recirculated in order to reduce exhaust emissions and combustion noise. EGR operation is calibrated and could operate at sub-zero ambient temperature as well as transient conditions.

CRANKCASE VENTILATION SYSTEM

The crankcase ventilation system ensures that all gasses emitted from the crankcase during engine running are separated from any oil particles and recirculated via the clean air induction system. It will also stop buildup of pressure inside the crankcase thereby ensuring integrity of engine seals

EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM

E146142

 















ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Actuator rod
2 Cooler bypass valve vacuum actuator
3 Vacuum connection
4 EGR intake tube
5 Cooler
6 Valve housing
7 Coolant intake connection
8 Electrical connector
9 EGR valve motor
10 EGR outlet tube connection
11 Coolant outlet connection

The EGR system comprises an EGR cooler and valve housing assembly bolted to each cylinder head, above the exhaust manifolds. Each EGR cooler and valve housing assembly incorporates an EGR valve and motor, an EGR cooler, and a cooler bypass valve and actuator.

On each valve housing, an EGR intake tube is connected to the exhaust manifold and directs exhaust gasses into the valve housing. A second pipe from the valve housing connects to the electric throttle and passes the exhaust gasses into the electric throttle to mix with the clean air entering the engine from the turbochargers.

The EGR cooler is attached to the valve housing with a gasket and 5 screws. The valve housing has an engine coolant connection which allows coolant to flow into a water jacket within the cooler, which cools the exhaust gasses. The coolant returns to the engine cooling system through an outlet pipe on the cooler.

COOLER BYPASS VALVE

E107585

 








ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Cooler bypass valve vacuum actuator
2 EGR valve motor
3 EGR valve
4 Cooler bypass valve

Each valve housing contains a cooler bypass valve, which either allows the exhaust gasses to flow direct to the electric throttle or diverts them through the EGR cooler.

A vacuum actuator is located on a bracket attached to each EGR cooler to operate the cooler bypass valves. The actuators receives a vacuum which is produced by the vacuum pump located at the rear of the engine. Each vacuum actuator is connected to its related bypass valve by an actuator rod.

The vacuum supply to the actuators is controlled by the ECM. When bypass control is required, the ECM energizes a cooler bypass valve solenoid, which applies vacuum to the vacuum actuators. The vacuum causes the actuators to move the connecting rods in a linear direction. The linear movement of the rods is transferred to rotary movement of the cooler bypass valves within the valve housings.

Cooler Bypass Valve Closed

E112407

When the cooler bypass valve is closed, exhaust gasses are directed through the cooler before being passed to the electric throttle.

Cooler By-Pass Valve Open

E112408

When the cooler bypass valve is open, exhaust gasses are passed directly through the valve housing into the electric throttle with no cooling applied to the gasses.

EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION VALVE

The EGR valve motor is located on the valve housing. A 5 pin connector provides the power, ground and ECM signal and feedback connections for the motor.

The motor is secured to the valve housing with 4 torx screws. A pinion gear on the motor spindle drives a geared rack which is connected to the EGR valve in the valve housing.

The motor is controlled by the ECM which provides power to operate the motor as required. A 5 Volt feedback signal is passed to the ECM which is used to establish motor position for precise control.

LOW PRESSURE (LP) EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR) SYSTEM

Low Pressure (LP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)

E171873

 













ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve motor
2 Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) outlet temperature sensor
3 Coolant inlet connection
4 Differential pressure sensor
5 Exhaust gas inlet from Post-Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
6 Cooler
7 Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve housing
8 Coolant outlet connection
9 Exhaust gas outlet to clean air duct

The function of LP EGR is to re-circulate the exhaust gases after DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) to further improve ability to meet the emission level as well as reducing the CO2 thereby improving the fuel economy. It also improves engine transient performance due to more exhaust energy being diverted to the turbocharger(s).

As per HP EGR the function is electronically controlled and calibrated. It is governed and controlled by both hot end exhaust mounted throttle as well as unit mounted valve.

Low Pressure (LP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Schematic Diagram

E171874

 



















ITEM DESCRIPTION
A Exhaust gas
B Charge air
C Clean air
1 Coolant outlet from Low Pressure (LP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system
2 Engine
3 Coolant inlet from engine
4 Low Pressure (LP) Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system
5 Low Pressure (LP) EGR pipe
6 Post-DPF exhaust gases
7 Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
8 Catalytic converter
9 Turbocharger
10 Charge air outlet
11 Clean air form Air intake system
12 Air intake system

CRANKCASE VENTILATION SYSTEM

The crankcase ventilation system comprises an oil separator and associated ventilation hoses and tubes.

The oil separator is connected to the top of the cylinder block with two seals. An oil outlet connection locates in the high pressure fuel pump mounting bracket. Two ventilation tubes connect the top of the oil separator to the camshaft covers. A ventilation tube and hose assembly connects the top of the oil separator to the intake duct of the primary turbocharger.

HIGH PRESSURE (HP) EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM

NOTE:

Twin HP EGR (GEN 1.5) system at 16MY is used on EU4 AND EU5 Derivatives.

The HP EGR valve is attached to the cylinder head. Exhaust gases are routed to the EGR valve from the exhaust manifold.

The EGR valve is cooled using engine coolant in the vehicle interior heating circuit; this is to protect the electrical components from over-heating.

The EGR valve controls the amount of EGR exhaust gas flow depending on the ECM map.

The exhaust gases are passed directly into the intake manifold via a simple EGR pipe.

The design of the EGR pipe attachment to the inlet manifold helps mix the exhaust gases with the main fresh air from the intake air system and also insulates the plastic intake manifold from the hot EGR pipe.

On EU4 market vehicles, a separate EGR pipe attachment is used to connect between the intake manifold and the EGR cooler.

LOW PRESSURE (LP) EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM

NOTE:

HP/LP EGR (GEN 2) system is used from 15.5MY on EU5, EU6 and NAS derivatives.

The LP EGR system is used on EU5, EU6, Japan, Brazil and NAS market vehicles only.

The LP system takes exhaust gases from the exit of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system, and mixes it with the fresh air from the intake air system into the turbocharger.

The gases are transported from the DPF outlet to the LP EGR cooler via a pipe. The LP cooler has no bypass mode, so only cools.

There is a simple mesh filter fitted before the gases reach the outlet of the cooler that prevents larger particles of soot etc. from entering the turbocharger system.

The cooled gases are then directed through the LP EGR valve.

The valve consists of a tube between the fresh air duct and the turbocharger, with the butterfly valve covering the EGR inlet, in the centre bottom of the EGR valve.

The butterfly valve opens into the fresh air stream, promoting both thorough mixing before the gas enters the turbocharger, and also provides ‘suction’ to drive the LP EGR gas through the system.

CRANKCASE VENTILATION SYSTEM

Clean air being drawn into the primary turbocharger when the engine is running creates a vacuum in the ventilation tube and hose assembly. This vacuum in turn creates a vacuum in the oil separator and draws gasses from the crankcase and camshaft covers into the separator. The gasses are circulated around the oil separator, allowing oil particles to be separated from the gas. The gasses are drawn into the ventilation tube and hose assembly and are mixed with the clean air being drawn into the turbocharger. The oil drains out of the oil separator, and down through the high pressure fuel pump mounting bracket and cylinder block into the oil pan.

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR

The LP EGR differential pressure sensor monitors the pressure across the LP EGR cooler to detect issues such as cooler or gauze filter (between valve and cooler) reduced flow/blockage.

The Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) will be illuminated on the Instrument Cluster (IC) if an issue is detected.

E148856

 













ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Battery
2 Battery Junction Box (BJB)2
3 Battery Junction Box (BJB)
4 Auxiliary Junction Box (AJB)
5 EGR cooler bypass valve solenoid
6 Engine Junction Box (EJB)
7 Left EGR valve motor
8 Right EGR valve motor
9 Engine Control Module (ECM)

 

 

Diagnosis and Testing

 

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

For a detailed description of the engine emission control system and operation, refer to the relevant Description and Operation section of the workshop manual. REFER to:Engine Emission Control (303-08A Engine Emission Control – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, Description and Operation).

 

INSPECTION AND VERIFICATION

CAUTION:

Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution of control modules does not guarantee confirmation of a fault and may also cause additional faults in the vehicle being checked and/or the donor vehicle.

NOTE:

Check and rectify basic faults before beginning diagnostic routines involving pinpoint tests.

  1. Verify the customer concern.

  1. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical or electrical damage.

Visual Inspection





MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL

  • Engine breather system
  • Oil separator
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) pipes/hoses (check for cracks)
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve(s)
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) cooler(s)
  • Vacuum system

  • Fuse(s)
  • Wiring harness
  • Loose or corroded electrical connector(s)
  • Intake air shut off throttle
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve(s)
  • Powertrain Control Module (PCM)

  1. If an obvious cause for an observed or reported concern is found, correct the cause (if possible) before proceeding to the next step.

  1. If the cause is not visually evident, verify the symptom and refer to the Symptom Chart, alternatively check for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and refer to the DTC Index.














SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES ACTION
Difficult to start

  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve stuck open

  • Using the manufacturer approved diagnostic system, perform routine – Inline diagnostic unit 2 diagnostic test – Exhaust gas recirculation valve. Clear the DTCs and retest

Poor/erratic idle
Lack of power when accelerating
Engine stops/stalls

  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve stuck open
  • Breather system disconnected/restricted/blocked

  • Using the manufacturer approved diagnostic system, perform routine – Inline diagnostic unit 2 diagnostic test – Exhaust gas recirculation valve. Clear the DTCs and retest
  • Check for Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) DTCs
  • Check the engine breather system
  • Check the oil separator

Excessive fuel consumption

  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve stuck open
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) not operating
  • Breather system restricted/blocked

Excessive black smoke
Excessive emissions
Excessive blow-by

  • Breather system restricted/blocked

  • Check the engine breather hoses
  • Check the oil separator

Engine oil leaks

  • Breather system restricted/blocked

  • Check the engine breather hoses
  • Check the oil separator

Rattling noise from the EGR valve / cooler Leak in the vacuum system which controls the cooler bypass valve Check the integrity of the vacuum pipes and pump

For a list of Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) that could be logged on this vehicle, please refer to Section 100-00. REFER to:Diagnostic Trouble Code Index – TDV6 3.0L Diesel /TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 1.5/TDV6 3.0L Diesel – Gen 2, DTC: Powertrain Control Module B10A2-07 to P02D7-32 (100-00 General Information, Description and Operation).

 

 

General Procedures

  • 17.50.37
  • DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID (DEF) TANK – DRAIN AND REFILL
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.50

GENERAL EQUIPMENT





EQUIPMENT NAME
Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment

 

DRAINING

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

All vehicles

 

CAUTION:

Extreme cleanliness must be exercised when handling these components.

NOTES:

  • This procedure contains filling instructions for both versions of the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit.

  • This procedure contains some variation in the illustrations depending on the vehicle specification, but the essential information is always correct.

  • This procedure contains illustration showing certain components removed to provide extra clarity.

 

    1. Raise and support the vehicle on a suitable 2 post lift.
      Refer to:Lifting (100-02 Jacking and Lifting, Description and Operation).

 

    1. E191691


      Remove the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) filler cap.

 

    1. E194139


      Remove the 5 bolts and the retaining clip.

 

    1. E194140


      Remove the drain tube from the retaining clip.

 

    1. WARNING:

      Be prepared to catch escaping fluid.


      E190505


      Allow the fluid to drain.

 

    1. E190505


      Install the blanking cap.

 

  1. E194140


    Install the drain tube into the retaining clip.

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

All vehicles

 

 

  1. E194139


    Install the 5 bolts and retaining clip.

    Torque: 26Nm

 

FILLING

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010

 

NOTE:

Make sure to add 1 liter of fluid to the upper tank and drain it through the clear hose, if the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is being used for the first time.

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E183165


      Check the quality of the DEF using a hydrometer.

 

    1. WARNING:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may result in personal injury.


      E190061


      Make sure the operating levers of the DEF dispensing kit are in the positions indicated.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit flow meter is reset.


      E195071


      Check the gauge.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the upper tank is not overfilled. Observe at all times.


      E195070


      Fill the upper tank to the correct amount of DEF previously specified by the JLR approved diagnostic equipment.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.

      • If any Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is visible in the clear filler pipe, this must be drained and discarded before proceeding to the next step.


      E190017


      Make sure that the inner rubber feed hose is in the position shown.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • Make sure the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is correctly installed onto the DEF filler pipe.

      • Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Install the DEF dispensing kit on to the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Do not overfill the vehicle.

      NOTE:

      Fluid may be visible in the outer hose.


      E190062


      Position the DEF dispensing kit upper operating lever in the position indicated. The DEF tank top-up procedure will now commence. Immediately proceed to the next step.

 

    1. E190063

      • Fill the vehicle with the correct amount of DEF specified by the JLR approved diagnostic equipment.

      • When the correct amount has been drained, position the DEF dispensing kit upper operating lever in the position indicated.

 

    1. E190064

      1. Position the DEF dispensing kit lower operating lever in the position indicated.

      1. Operate the pump on the DEF dispensing kit to recover any DEF remaining in the clear filler pipe. The DEF is recovered through the inner pipe at the vehicle filler pipe. The pipe may need to be raised to assist recovery.

 

    1. NOTE:

      Make sure the pump on the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is switched off before this step is carried out.


      E190257


      Position the DEF dispensing kit lower operating lever in the position indicated.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • If any fluid remains in the clear filler pipe after the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is disconnected from the vehicle, this must be drained and discarded before the equipment can be used again.

      • Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Disconnect the DEF dispensing kit from the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of foreign material.


      E191691


      Install the DEF filler cap until an audible click is heard 3 times.

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, prime the DEF system.

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010A

 

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E183165


      Check the quality of the DEF using a hydrometer.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E244574


      Make sure that the inner rubber feed hose is in the position shown.

 



    1. E191692


      Install the DEF dispensing kit on to the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. NOTE:

      Refer to the manufacturers instructions.


      E244579

      • Select the amount of DEF to be filled as indicated at step 24.

 

    1. E244577

      • Set the DEF dispensing kit to auto fill.

      • Fill the vehicle with DEF.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Disconnect the DEF dispensing kit from the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of foreign material.


      E191691


      Install the DEF filler cap until an audible click is heard 3 times.

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, prime the DEF system.

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

     

  • 17.50.51
  • DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID (DEF) TANK – LEVEL CHECK AND TOP-UP
  • ALL DERIVATIVES
  • 0.20

GENERAL EQUIPMENT





EQUIPMENT NAME
Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment

 

CHECK

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010

 

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the diesel exhaust fluid level.

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010A

 

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the diesel exhaust fluid level.

 

ADJUSTMENT

CAUTION:

Extreme cleanliness must be exercised when handling these components.

NOTES:

  • Make sure to add 1 liter of fluid to the upper tank and drain it through the clear hose, if the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is being used for the first time.

  • This procedure contains some variation in the illustrations depending on the vehicle specification, but the essential information is always correct.

  • This procedure contains illustration showing certain components removed to provide extra clarity.

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010

 

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E183165


      Check the quality of the DEF using a hydrometer.

 

    1. WARNING:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may result in personal injury.


      E190061


      Make sure the operating levers of the DEF dispensing kit are in the positions indicated.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit flow meter is reset.


      E195071


      Check the gauge.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the upper tank is not overfilled. Observe at all times.


      E195070


      Fill the upper tank to the correct amount of DEF previously specified by the JLR approved diagnostic equipment.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.

      • If any Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is visible in the clear filler pipe, this must be drained and discarded before proceeding to the next step.


      E190017


      Make sure that the inner rubber feed hose is in the position shown.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • Make sure the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is correctly installed onto the DEF filler pipe.

      • Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Install the DEF dispensing kit on to the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Do not overfill the vehicle.

      NOTE:

      Fluid may be visible in the outer hose.


      E190062


      Position the DEF dispensing kit upper operating lever in the position indicated. The DEF tank top-up procedure will now commence. Immediately proceed to the next step.

 

    1. E190063

      • Fill the vehicle with the correct amount of DEF specified by the JLR approved diagnostic equipment.

      • When the correct amount has been drained, position the DEF dispensing kit upper operating lever in the position indicated.

 

    1. E190064

      1. Position the DEF dispensing kit lower operating lever in the position indicated.

      1. Operate the pump on the DEF dispensing kit to recover any DEF remaining in the clear filler pipe. The DEF is recovered through the inner pipe at the vehicle filler pipe. The pipe may need to be raised to assist recovery.

 

    1. NOTE:

      Make sure the pump on the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is switched off before this step is carried out.


      E190257


      Position the DEF dispensing kit lower operating lever in the position indicated.

 

    1. CAUTIONS:

      • If any fluid remains in the clear filler pipe after the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing kit is disconnected from the vehicle, this must be drained and discarded before the equipment can be used again.

      • Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Disconnect the DEF dispensing kit from the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of foreign material.


      E191691


      Install the DEF filler cap until an audible click is heard 3 times.

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, prime the DEF system.

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

 

The following step(s) applies to:

Using JLR approved equipment: JLR-F00100010A

 

 

    1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, follow the on-screen instructions and check the DEF level.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E183165


      Check the quality of the DEF using a hydrometer.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Failure to carry out this instruction may cause damage to the vehicle.


      E244574


      Make sure that the inner rubber feed hose is in the position shown.

 



    1. E191692


      Install the DEF dispensing kit on to the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. NOTE:

      Refer to the manufacturers instructions.


      E244579

      • Select the amount of DEF to be filled as indicated at step 24.

 

    1. E244577

      • Set the DEF dispensing kit to auto fill.

      • Fill the vehicle with DEF.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the vehicle paintwork is protected.


      E191692


      Disconnect the DEF dispensing kit from the DEF filler pipe.

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of foreign material.


      E191691


      Install the DEF filler cap until an audible click is heard 3 times.

 

  1. Using the Jaguar Land Rover approved diagnostic equipment, prime the DEF system.

     

 

Removal and Installation

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 17.10.04
  • ENGINE VENT OIL SEPARATOR – RENEW
  • 3000 CC, TDV6
  • 0.50

 

NOTES:

  • Some variation in the illustrations may occur, but the essential information is always correct.

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

 

    1. Refer to:Specifications (414-00 Battery and Charging System – General Information, Specifications).

 

    1. Refer to:Cowl Panel Grille (501-02 Front End Body Panels, Removal and Installation).

 


 

    1. E142695

 

    1. E142698

 

    1. E142696

 



  1. E142697

 

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 17.45.16
  • VALVE – EGR – LH – RENEW
  • 3000 CC, TDV6, WITH PARTICULATE FILTER, WITH DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID
  • 1.30

 

PART(S)





STEP PART NAME QUANTITY
Removal Step 6 EGR valve RH to EGR outlet pipe gasket 1

NOTES:

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • Some illustrations may show the engine removed for clarity.

  • Make sure that all openings are sealed.

 

    1. Refer to:Specifications (414-00 Battery and Charging System – General Information, Specifications).

 


 


 

    1. E178509

 

    1. E178510

 



    1. E178511


      Torque: 5.5Nm

 

    1. E178512

      Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. E178513

 

    1. E178514

 

  1. E178515

    Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. To install reverse the removal procedure.

 

  1. If a new unit is installed, configure using the approved diagnostic tool.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 17.45.17
  • VALVE – EGR – RH – RENEW
  • 3000 CC, TDV6
  • 1.30

 

PART(S)





STEP PART NAME QUANTITY
Removal Step 12 EGR pipe to exhaust manifold gasket 1

NOTES:

  • Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  • Some illustrations may show the engine removed for clarity.

  • Make sure that all openings are sealed.

 

    1. Refer to:Specifications (414-00 Battery and Charging System – General Information, Specifications).

 


 


 


 

    1. E147090

 

    1. E147086

 

    1. E147087

      Torque: 8Nm

 



    1. E144608

      Torque: 10Nm

 



    1. E178503

      Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. E147088

      Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. E147089

 



  1. E147091


    Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. To install reverse the removal procedure.

 

  1. If a new unit is installed, configure using the approved diagnostic tool.

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

 

  • 17.45.22
  • TUBE – EGR VALVE OUTLET – RH – RENEW
  • 3000 CC, TDV6
  • 0.20

 

PART(S)






STEP PART NAME QUANTITY
Installation Step 1 EGR pipe to exhaust manifold gasket 1
Installation Step 2 Retaining clip(s) 1

NOTE:

Some variation in the illustrations may occur, but the essential information is always correct.

 


 

    1. E121965

 

    1. NOTE:

      Discard the retaining clips.


      E121967

 

    1. E121966

 

  1. CAUTION:

    Make sure that all openings are sealed.



    E121968

 

    1. CAUTION:

      Only tighten the bolts finger-tight at this stage.



      E145192


 

    1. CAUTION:

      Install a new clamp. Close the clamp to the first audible click by hand. Making sure that the clamp is in a central position to the joint, close to the second audible click using a suitable tool.


      E121967


 

    1. E121966

      Torque: 5Nm

 

    1. E122268

      Torque: 10Nm

 

    1. E121965

 


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