Depends on the car. Try it and find out I guess. On older vehicles, yes you can. On newer ones, no. Reason: Today's cars are completely computer controlled and if you take the EGR off the computer will know it and possibly even shut the engine down completely. On older cars, sure. Just pull and block the vacuum tube to the EGR and drive it. note: You will notice a small drop in gas mileage if you block the EGR. What can I say, they designed the engine to run with one.
its the hose coming off of the valve cover that's the egr valve
The egr valve should be coming off of the exhaust manifold.
Should not have to. EGR valves are usually a very simple bolt-off, bolt-on replacement.
Blocking off an EGR valve can make the car run rough. The fuel mileage can suffer as well, since the car is designed to have the EGR valve operable.
take the EGR valve off and spray carb cleaner in the egr valve and in the port. This will some times work as it gets plugged up
EGR is the acronym for exhaust gas recirculation valve. This valve controls the pollutant level given off by the vehicle.
I just replaced my egr valve and my light went off, however some reasons for yours not to go off might be that the hose/pipe coming out to the eghaust manifold into the egr valve has enough deposits in it to cause a blockage.....signifying that your old egr valve was good, just not getting any unburned fuel to it. I don't know how to clean the blockage out so maybe search the net and see if you can find out how to do that. perhaps a carborator cleaner will work?
You cannot simply turn an EGR valve off. You can clean it, replace it, or remove it, but you cannot turn it off.
If the egr valve is stuck OPEN - the Engine will run Very rough & idle bad - or not idle @ all-if the egr valve is starting 2 stick IT WILL TURN ON THE CHECK engine light-Sometimes U can take the valve off & clean them with a GOOD carb cleaner.
The EGR valve and the EGR sensor work together. The EGR gas temperature sensor is mounted near the EGR valve. The sensor detects the temperature of the exhaust as it moves through the valve. The information is sent to the ECM and in turn the EGR on/off time is regulated precisely and more efficiently. Any malfunction with the EGR gas temperature sensor will set off a code 35 ( Info taken from HAYNES MANUAL)
http://thecommi.angelfire.com/index.html I have included a picture of the EGR valve on my website. scroll down and click on EGR valve. the valve is easy to replace. remove the wireing connector from the top, remove the two 10mm mounting bolts from its base. pull strait up and off. should take under 10 min to replace. http://thecommi.angelfire.com/index.html I have included a picture of the EGR valve on my website. scroll down and click on EGR valve. the valve is easy to replace. remove the wireing connector from the top, remove the two 10mm mounting bolts from its base. pull strait up and off. should take under 10 min to replace.
The EGR system recirculates dirty unburnt emission gases back into your engine through the intake manifold which decreases performance, but improves gas mileage. You can bypass the EGR valve. Just buy a block off plate from you local speed shop. However, the EGR valve is there to cool the combustion chamber so without it, you will hear a lot of pinging until the motor melts.
If you mean the EGR (exhaust Gas Reclaimer), no.
take the old one off and put the new one on.
You need to take the intake manifold off and radiator
The EGR valve is easy to remove. Just take out the two bolts holding it in. The problem is the exhaust tube leading into it. Follow the tube to the exhaust manifold. There you will see two nuts holding it on. Remove those two nuts and then all you have to do is maneuver the assy from the engine compartment...
You need to take the air cleaner off. Then disconnect the vacuum hose going to your brake booster at the check valve point. There is a valve (EGRC-BRT) next to the EGR remome the the clamp on the braket that is holding the brake booster hose and swing it out of your way. Next you need to remove the vacuum hose from the EGRC-BRT valve and remove the valve nad the bracket that hold the vave. Now you can get to the EGR pipe which attaches to the EGR. Remove the pipe then remove the the bolts that hold the EGR valve.
go to autozone by the part take engine cover off and it on top off the moter on driver side 2 bolt to take off
I think it's your EGR Valve. The EGR valve, or Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve, is a vacuum controlled valve which allows a specific amount of your exhaust back into the intake manifold.The EGR valve, or Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve, is a vacuum controlled valve which allows a specific amount of your exhaust back into the intake manifold. You'll know if your EGR valve is stuck or malfunctioning because your car will experience symptoms like rough idle and bucking on acceleration.
The EGR valve for you 95 Saturn is quite easy to service. Standing in front of your vehicle, look at the valve cover, then just to the right of it should be a round device, shaped somewhat like a flying saucer, but about 4 inches in diameter. That's the EGR valve. It should come off with just a couple bolts, but make sure to disconnect the vacuum line and the electrical connector first.
The EGR Valve on a 2006 Corolla is located on the driver's side of the motor at the very top of the valve cover. Look for a disk shaped valve that kind of looks like a flying saucer. It has two small hoses coming off of it that are connected to the EGR Valve Modulator.
AnswerIt's under the EGR modular. The EGR modular is on the top of the engine on the passangers side close to the fire wall and looks like a black hockey puck. Follow the very short vaccum line off of it to the EGR valve. 2 hoses run to the EGR switch and the bottom 1 runs to the EGR valve.
take your rocker cover off n behind you will see the valve fixed by 2 torx screwws, unplug the cable running into it first then take the valve out and vice-versa to get new one in.
There is one bolt that holds the egr tube to it and two bolts that hold it to the intake manifold take them out, unplug the electrical connector and its off.
Take off intake tube between air box and throttle body(TB) pull evap solenoid out of it and just push it out of your way and also unplug pcv hose from intake tube. EGR is located underneath TB it has a square 6-pin connector on it. Unplug the conector and then unbolt the two 12mm bolts to free EGR valve. Be careful not to lose or damage the metal gasket that goes between egr valve and TB instal in reverse order