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    The EGT gauge reads instantaneous Exhaust Gas Temperature in the exhaust manifold before the turbo. Excessive heat here will cause engine damage and damage to the turbo / manifold assembly. such as manifold cracks (Tdi), turbo failure, cylinder head warping or cracking. All this can happen without your engine cooling system boiling.

    This temperature has a direct relation to how hard the engine is working and is much quicker to respond than the vehicles own temperature gauge. The vehicles standard temperature gauge is totally useless at indicating temperature as it has been clamped to remain in the normal position and moves very little with engine temperature changes. The cooling system will also absorb additional heat the engine generates making it seem as if everything is ok.

    The EGT will rise while the engine is making power or while you are accelerating and it will drop sharply when you let off the accelerator. An idling engine will have an EGT of 150 to 200 degrees centigrade. When the engine does work the temperature can go to over 800 degrees centigrade at which time the engine will get saturated with heat and it will start overheating, while going down the other side of the hill the EGT can drop to below 200.

    Any temperature of over 720 degrees centigrade for a long period of time (such as a long hill) should be avoided at all costs. By letting off the accelerator by even a tiny bit the EGT will come down quickly to below 720 thus rescuing your engine from possible damage.. A conservatively tuned diesel engine will not reach this temperature easily, such as a Td5 (600 Deg C) Tdis are usually set a bit richer and will attain higher EGTs quicker. Each engine is different but any of the following could cause increased inlet temperatures: Blocked intercoolers (internally or externally) Restricted air filters. Bad injectors Bad engine timing (Advanced) Blocked exhaust system

    It is quite safe to increase the fuelling on any diesel engine as long as you are able to monitor the EGT and prevent it from going over the threshold maximum temperature.
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