The EGR valve is normally connected to the exhaust manifold. The EGR valve works by routing a small amount of the exhaust gases back into the combustion chamber. This helps reduce emissions of noxious gases to the atmosphere.
You could try removing the EGR and then try to clean it inside with a rubber-friendly cleaner that is strong enough to break down carbon build up. Ask a car parts and accessories store for advice about the right type of stuff to use.
Just an added note. I had a 1993 Honda Accord that was running very rough from 800 to 2500 RPM's. Almost like it was misfiring. The technician said the EGR valve was very dirty with evidence of carbon build-up. The problem continued after the EGR was cleaned and I had to clean out the 6 EGR ports. They had port access caps that had to be drilled out (on a Honda accord). The symptoms and repair were from the manufacturer's service bulletin. They are coat hanger size ports and were very clogged and the car runs great since cleaning the ports. I believe most cars have EGR ports tied to the EGR system. They tie the exhaust to intake airflow manifold for recirculation.
Replace if failed.
You clean or replace it.
you have to clean or replace the EGR valve
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Remove the EGR valve from the Corsa. Wash the EGR valve with carburetor cleaner. Make sure that the valve is clean of gunk and let it dry. Reinstall the valve.
You cannot simply turn an EGR valve off. You can clean it, replace it, or remove it, but you cannot turn it off.
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Either clean or replace your EGR valve.. this should help.
After unbolting the EGR valve, clean it with a carburetor spray. Allow it to dry completely before reinstalling the valve.
Usually you replace the egr valve.
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do you mean the EGR valve? The Exhaust Recirculation Valve? EGR
disconnect the wire, unscrew two bolts then you have egr valve in your hand its that easy. ohhh if you are putting new egr valve it's worth putting new gasket.BUT I'll recommend not to buy new egr valve, just clean it.here is the link to egr pic and some reusing detail about egr valve http://www.icess.ucsb.edu/~greg/rodeo/egr.htm
You unscrew the bolts.
Just replace it, the sensor on the top of it is usually what goes bad.
You replace the EGR valve.
Remove the EGR valve vacuum lines. Remove the EGR valve retaining screws. Wash the EGR valve in hot water. Allow the valve to thoroughly dry before installing it.
Depends on the EGR valve. A good lot of them can be cleaned and reused. New ones can costs hundreds of dollars.The EGR valve works by routing a small amount of the exhaust gases back into the combustion chamber.See the Related link for more information.To clean the EGR valve, you may be required to remove the vacuum hose and clean out the carbon deposits.
Remove the wiring harness from your 2000 Dodge Stratus EGR valve. Remove the EGR valve retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new EGR valve.
THE EGR VALVE CAN BE FOUND IF YOU REMOVE THE INJET. COVER YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE IT LOOKS LIKE A MUSHROOM. BYT MAKE SURE YOU CLEAN THE EGR TUBE ALSO. Answer : EGR is mounted behind the throttle body with a metal exhaust tube ( use lubricant to loosen rust) and vacuum line on top. Check DPFE as well, rec replace controls egr valve. replace if code said excessive egr flow.
That's your EGR valve flow is insufficient. Replace the EGR valve.
Your best bet it to simple replace it... they are under $20, and they are really easy to do..
A 1998 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.
egr valve is located on left rear of cylinder head. to find it just look for the metal tube running from the exhaust manifold to the back of the intake manifold... the thingie there where the metal tube joins the intake manifold is the egr valve