I have a Diesel 1.6 yeti, the VW engine, which has started with the dreaded EGR fault code and going into limp mode. Checked the code myself (confirmed by garage) and it is "egr circuit malfunction". Tried all the DIY options, sprays etc. but these are just sticking plasters. Low mileage car car 55k on a 62 plate with the software "cheat" update. A garage has suggested what they call a "power clean" to see what happens at £40, they have a Forte machine. During lockdown it hasn't done many long trips, if any, which can't have helped. Anyone tried a carbon clean? Don't have any issues with getting the egr changed but it is labour intensive as it is at the rear bottom of the engine and all sorts of bits and pieces need to be removed to get at it, really need a lift. If it was sitting on top of the engine I would take it off myself and have a go at cleaning it. With labour close to £400 for a garage to put in a new one, which is fair enough. Irritating the location of this thing as I wouldn't think twice about taking it off myself and having a shot at cleaning it if it was in an accessible location; not really the money but the principle of the thing that gets me. These days everyone just seems to unbolt stuff and chuck it.