Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Coeur d' Alene, ID
Do not remove the 2nd baro sensor that is behind the fuel filter. It only needs to be electrically connected so the ECM can "see" it. If you remove it you will get a P2227 baro sensor code and your performance will suck. There is no setting in EFI that I'm aware of that will prevent this code should the sensor be removed (from Guy at SoCal diesel). If you remove all of the other solenoids, there are more DTC MIL and test enablers that needs to be set to "Not reported." They are: P0401-P0409, P0489-P0490, P1404,P2141-P2145.
Also B1501 to 300, B1504 to -39 and B1505 to 151 to disable EGR function.
That should do it.
If you are not running a big tune, simply disabling the system is sufficient to stop EGR function since it takes 20lbs of boost to overcome the spring of the vacuum operated EGR valve. Its the cheapest blocker plate you can get. Try this first before you drop coin on up pipes and stuff to remove the cooler. I left my cooler in place along with my EGR valve. Only thing I removed was the pump and solenoids and saved some money in the process.
Chevrolet '16 2500HD 4WD LTZ CC D/A LML Deep Ocean Blue, stock.
GMC '04 2500HD SLE CC D/A LB7 SB Summit White, LineX, Nicktane, JK headlight harness, JK fuel pump and harness, Banks exhaust, EFI Live, intake horn mod, Suncoast 6 speed conversion, injectors at 112,265 (#8 again at 136K), ...and all 8 again at 168,368.
VW '01 Bug TDI 6 spd ERF manual, 11mm IP, DLC 520 injectors, Malone stage 2 tuning. My FUN summer driver.
Fuel mileage? Who cares, its a diesel.