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Those two codes still point to a bad EGR. Are you getting a lot of black smoke?
A bad EGR usually blows black smoke. When you replaced the EGR what brand was used?
Was anything else replaced or cleaned out at the same time?
It sounds like the EGR is faulty or the passages underneath are clogged up.
If you have a scan tool you can look at the following and know for sure:
Check the Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve position (EGRVP) voltage on the scanner Key On Engine Off (KOEO). It should read about 0.8v. If the voltage is abnormally high, remove the valve and clean any carbon from it and from inside the intake manifold. Reassemble and re-check operation. If the voltage is still incorrect or the valve will not close even after cleaning the carbon, replace the valve and re-check operation.If the drivability and trouble codes are still present after cleaning the valve, monitor the EGRVP voltage along with the EGR command on the scanner. If the valve is opening when not commanded, again suspect a faulty EGR valve.
That's pretty normal. Maybe a little clogged.
If it's wet down in the bottom then the EGR cooler is leaking.
I've only seen a leaking EGR cooler throw codes a couple of times. Most of the time it just makes low power and white smoke. The engine sucks the coolant in and burns it causing it to run really poorly.
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