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Good day, i have had a great experience with my Dodge 6.7 and unplugging the EGR while i waited for factory warranty to expire before fully deleting and tuning the truck (WOW what a difference). I am now looking at adding a 2019 Grand Cherokee Eco Diesel to my garage and want to do the same so looking for anybody else thats driving around with the check engine light on with theirs? i like this method as i can simply plug it back in when taking her to the stealership and unplug it once i pick it up omitting all that soot being pushed back into the engine. I will be tuning and removing that EGR once the factory engine warranty is over so looking for some insight from others that might feel the same way about the EGR purpose and use their vehicles now.

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Good day, i have had a great experience with my Dodge 6.7 and unplugging the EGR while i waited for factory warranty to expire before fully deleting and tuning the truck (WOW what a difference). I am now looking at adding a 2019 Grand Cherokee Eco Diesel to my garage and want to do the same so looking for anybody else thats driving around with the check engine light on with theirs? i like this method as i can simply plug it back in when taking her to the stealership and unplug it once i pick it up omitting all that soot being pushed back into the engine. I will be tuning and removing that EGR once the factory engine warranty is over so looking for some insight from others that might feel the same way about the EGR purpose and use their vehicles now.

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So just to confirm... you simply unplug the EGR, and all is well? No codes, lights, nothing? No tuner for programming or turning it off?


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So just to confirm... you simply unplug the EGR, and all is well? No codes, lights, nothing? No tuner for programming or turning it off?


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You'll need a tune. I went with PPEI, Green Diesel Engineering is another good tune as well. You'll need to delete your DPF and go with an off road pipe if you plan to delete your egr
 
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