Ford Ranger/ Mazda BT50 2006 – 2011 3.0L EGR Off Module

Ford / Mazda 3.0ltr, 2.5 EGR Off Module


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Ford Ranger/ Mazda BT50 (2.5/3.0L) (2006-2011) Common Rail Diesel EGR Off Module

The EGR OFF Module electronically switches off the EGR valve Via Simulation of a healthy EGR whilst the EGR is no longer allowing any Gases to pass into the intake.
FITS ALL PRE-DPF VEHICLES INC ALL 2.5L and 3.0L Ranger and BT50s.

Our Modules are a Full Simulation unit that will plug straight into the MAF Sensor near the Airbox however OUR EGR Modules do not affect Mass Air Flow and thus does not affect fuel control or fuel injection quality whatsoever.

The Module is a complete Plug n Play unit.

These units will simulate the EGR operation which means if you are experiencing EGR cooler leakage then you don’t need to replace the EGR cooler or Egr valve, simply install this kit, place blanking plate supplied in kit and reroute the EGR cooler coolant lines into each other to bypass the cooler and you have over ridden the EGR cooler and valve. this is a more cost effective method then spending money on replacing components to keep the EGR system operational that cause issues for your engine down the road.


Fitting time: 30 seconds.

At Checkout you will be asked what model your vehicle is. We will program one to suit your vehicle.

Suits Ford Ranger and Mazda models Non DPF and DPF equipped models (2.5/3.0L ENGINES)



QUESTION: Can you please shed some light for me as to how this unit still allows the EGR to act as a blow off valve if the EGR motor is shut down via your unit. Does this mean the blow off is still going to flow from the inlet manifold OUT to the Exhaust Manifold?
ANSWER: The signal for the opening of the valve on throttle release is still active.
 Blow off (or turbo pressure relief) goes from the inlet manifold OUT through the EGR pipe and into the exhaust.
NB:  This is CLEAN air from the turbo.
QUESTION: I get some soot occasionally visible at night in the lights of cars behind me going uphills and have been told this is because the EGR is not shutting quick enough.  Is this correct in your opinion.
ANSWER: Can be but it can also be Particulate Matter which is what the DPF was created for.
QUESTION: Does your suggested unit eliminate exhaust gases going back into the inlet manifold totally?
QUESTION:  Does the EGR Module affect fuel maps in any way?
ANSWER: No.  Fuel Maps are left alone.


Hi Chip Tuning,
I have fitted module.  Most pleased! Turbo lag reduced and modest performance gain [seat of pants dyno], all as stated in the product description.
Cheers Nick.


Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 20 × 15 × 5 cm


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