you can go to autozone.com and look up parts just like you were at the store and that will give you an idea Be careful when you go to these part houses as you maynot get the right part for your vehicle. There is a difference pending on which engine your truck has. A 3.0L engine EGR Valve will not work on a 4.0L engine believe or not. Many of the workers at these part house lack proper training and may wind up giving you anything.
egr valve location on a 1997 ford ranger 23l
My Ford Ranger is a 1998 4.0 ltr V6.
Yes, it does have an EGR valve.
Under the hood
It's called the EGR tube.
check egr system,make sure vacuum reaches egr valve when is supposed to
yes 2002 and later 30L are the only ones not equipped with an egr valve
Many Ford Rangers of this decade did not have EGR valves. If the vehicle in question does have one, it will be located on the upper intake manifold.
I was looking on fordparts.com at the 2004 Ford Ranger with the 3.0 liter V6 engine and it doesn't list an EGR valve for the 3.0 liter like it does for the 4.0 or 2.3 liter
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At the back of the passenger side on the engine.
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
right rear corner of the intake manifold by the firewall
no its out side of the intake
EGR feedback signal is / was out of range - EVR or PFE
On your 1999 Ford Ranger , 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : I believe the EGR valve is just to the left of your engine oil dipstick ( when you look into the engine compartment from the drivers side ) The EGR valve is lower down and has a round shaped top
On newer vehicals the egr valve is located on ignition emissions system and on the older vehicals it is located on the intake manifold..
drivers side behind ac compreesor on 4.0 model
right rear corner of the intake manifold near the firewall
You will fail emissions. If you dont figure out a way to make that EGR work.
The egr valve is on the front of the engine near the head. On a 6 cylinder it is on the passenger side, while the 4 cylinder is on the drivers side.
the egr is located towards the back of the engine, near the firewall. It's almost impossible to see let alone work on.
I have a 96 ranger with the 3L V-6, and if they used the same configuration, the EGR system is on top of the engine above the drivers side head covers. dont know if it helped ya, but it's what i know...
I am in the process of replacing my valve for my 2000 Ford Ranger. When I pop the hood it is back and to the right and has a couple of hoses attached to it. If you buy the part it is really easy to identify it with the replacement part.