Remove Adblue Massey Ferguson

Solutions for tractors, harvesters and telescopic loaders. Remove Adblue FAP and EGR valve

Remove Adblue Massey Ferguson: Solving SCR FAP DOC EGR problems

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Supported engines

Massey Ferguson integrates Agco Power, Mitsubishi, and Simpson engines into nearly all of its agricultural machinery. These engines typically feature three essential components: AdBlue, FAP, and an EGR valve. However, malfunctions in these components can severely impede the vehicle's torque and power, leading to operational disruptions or rendering it inoperable altogether. We detail our approach to interacting with the onboard system and engine management ECU to address these issues.

The primary engines include:

  • Engine Mitsubishi K38 – EDC17CV54 – 2.2L – FAP/DOC/PUISSANCE
  • Engine Mitsubishi K39 – EDC17CV54 – 2.2L – FAP/DOC/PUISSANCE
  • Engine Simpson 3Cyl – EDC17C55 – 2.6L – EGR/DOC/PUISSANCE
  • Agco Power engine – All models – EGR/DOC/FAP/SCR/POWER (33 AWI to 98 AWI) fitted with Bosch EDC17CVxx or MD1xxx gearboxes.

Delete Adblue Massey Ferguson: SCR system

Our reprogramming procedure to Remove Adblue from Massey Ferguson machines ensures permanent functionality without the need for DEF (Adblue) fluid. The system is effectively disabled, resulting in zero consumption. It’s crucial to note that when a Massey Ferguson tractor or machine experiences an AdBlue issue, it enters a restricted mode known as Limp mode. This significantly reduces power and torque, often rendering the vehicle unusable. Our intervention also includes deactivating this mode, eliminating dashboard faults, and enabling seamless operation.

  • No AdBlue consumption
  • Optional disconnection of sensors if needed
  • Comprehensive and discreet programming
  • Deactivation of Limp Mode

Remove FAP or DOC on Massey Ferguson

Our solution to Remove FAP or DOC on Massey Ferguson machines provides several advantages. The FAP or DOC (Diesel Oxide Catalyst) system, designed to reduce emissions, often leads to issues such as frequent regeneration cycles and reduced fuel efficiency. With our intervention, these problems are eliminated, offering the following benefits:

  • Elimination of particulate filter regeneration: Regeneration cycles are permanently deactivated, ensuring uninterrupted operation.
  • Recommended emptying of the particulate filter cartridge or DPF: This process helps improve engine efficiency by evacuating gases.
  • Removal of dashboard faults: Any errors related to the FAP or DOC system are permanently erased.
  • Elimination of audible alerts: Alerts indicating FAP or DOC system issues are no longer present.
  • Deactivation of Limp mode: This mode, characterized by reduced engine torque, is deactivated, ensuring optimal performance.

Shunting the EGR valve on Massey Ferguson

Shunting the EGR valve on Massey Ferguson vehicles is a beneficial procedure for those experiencing issues associated with this component. The EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valve, responsible for redirecting exhaust gases back into the engine’s intake system, can accumulate unburnt gases and soot over time, leading to various problems. By deactivating and sealing the valve, the following issues can be avoided:

  • Loss of power: Deactivation of the EGR valve prevents power loss caused by restricted airflow.
  • Black smoke: Eliminating the EGR valve helps reduce emissions and prevents the production of black smoke.
  • Dashboard warning light: Disabling the EGR valve prevents triggers of warning lights on the dashboard related to EGR system malfunctions.
  • Soot buildup on the EGR valve: By shunting the EGR valve, accumulation of soot on the valve is prevented, ensuring smoother engine operation.
  • Technical inspection refusal: Vehicles with malfunctioning EGR systems may fail technical inspections, but shunting the valve can help prevent such issues.

Shunting the EGR valve on Massey Ferguson vehicles is compatible with various engine types and vehicle configurations, including:

  • Engines equipped with at least one SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system managed by a Bosch EDC17 or MD1 engine ECU.
  • Vehicles equipped with FAP (Particulate Filter) EGR valve and SCR (Adblue) systems.
  • All EMR4 ECUs.
  • All Agco Power engines meeting Tier 4F / Stage V emission standards.

For other engine types or configurations not listed above, please reach out to us for further assistance and compatibility information.