95 ATX EGR Codes 327 & 332

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  1. Jan Fiuczek

    Jan Fiuczek New Member

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    Hello guys, greetings from Poland! I bought a 1995 3.2 SHO and have some problems with check engine light and - what codes say - EGR valve.
    I did a KOEO test and codes 327 and 332 appeared, which stand for:
    327 - DPFE output circuit below minimum voltage.
    332 - EGR valve opening not detected.

    So, should I just replace the valve and DPFE sensor or start from testing those somehow? Do you have any experience with these codes?
    Also, my car is noticeably weaker than it's fabric 220hp. With automatic transmission it should run 0-60 in about 8.5 sec, right? Well, it does it in about 10,5 sec... Is there any chance that EGR problem is guilty or should i start checking something else?

    I hope everything is understandable for you.
    Thanks!
     
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    I would clean the egr nostrils, clear the codes and see what pops back up. DPFE can go bad and require replacement. and if this system is not performing correctly you can certainly notice a loss of power
     
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    Ok, thank you guys, I'm gonna locate the EGR tomorrow or on friday and try to clean it and it's nostrils. Lets see what's going to happen.
     

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