Tightened restrictions on vehicle emission control has resulted in the introduction of the EGR Valve with Cooler in modern vehicles.
The EGR valve works by recirculating a portion of an engine’s exhaust gas back to the engine cylinders. The EGR Cooler supports this process by operating as an air-to-liquid heat exchanger device that uses engine coolant to reduce exhaust gas temperatures prior to recirculating them through the engine’s intake system. This has the effect of cooling down the combustion chamber temperature. The dangerous nitrous oxide (NOx) emissions are formed when engine chamber temperatures rises. By keeping the combustion chamber cool, the EGR valve is able to reduce nitrous oxide (NOx) emission produced by the vehicles engine.
Engine management specialist Cambiare recognises that trends in the aftermarket are as dynamic as the development of automotive technology. Cambiare already has two EGR Valves with Coolers covering 810+ thousand vehicles on the UK roads.
- VE360186 for Volkswagen Golf 1.6 (09-12)
- VE360188 for Audi A1 1.6 (10-15)
Backed by a 2 year/30,000 mile warranty and with FPS’ market-leading service level, these Cambiare parts provides motor factors with a great opportunity to bolster their engine management product offering.