My EGR valve stuck on my '90 Mustang. All I did was to remove it and use some spray Wynns Carb Cleaner to remove all the carbon deposits. That was a year ago and the engine has been smooth as silk from then on. It's an easy job - make sure when you put it back that the connections are clean and tight and the gaskets are leak-proof.
So go ahead, clean it - it's cheaper than a new one!
Also, be very careful with any chemical that you use to clean it - most are harmful if you breath them in.
Replace if failed.
no just replace the valve
You clean or replace it.
Get valve,clean it or replace it
you have to clean or replace the EGR valve
Yes, you can clean the PCV valve. Take off the PCV valve and get a spray can of carb cleaner. Just spray into the valve and just enough to clean out any gunk that might be in there. You should hear it rattle when you shake the valve.
It is best to replace it. The failure happens in the electrical part of the valve, not the pintle and seat.It is best to replace it. The failure happens in the electrical part of the valve, not the pintle and seat.
clean or replace your idle air control valve.
The IAC is located on the throttle body. Simply unplug the dirty IAC and clean or replace the IAC.
You need to clean (or replace - $200) the idle air valve.
Clean the throttle body or replace the idle air control valve
Either clean or replace your EGR valve.. this should help.
Begin by removing the valve cover from your 1995 Dodge. Remove the valve cover gasket and clean the surface. Put the new gasket on and return the valve cover to its original position.
Yes, it is possible to clean one throughly and not have to replace it. Give it a try, as you have nothing to loose.
You cannot simply turn an EGR valve off. You can clean it, replace it, or remove it, but you cannot turn it off.
Yes but it is computer controled .If it's bad you can clean it or replace it.
Just replace it, the sensor on the top of it is usually what goes bad.
Check the idle air control valve (IAC valve). If dirty clean or replace. Also check air/smog pump. Be sure intake fins on that are clean. Even if clean, could be causing the noise.
it could be a bad egr valve....either remove and clean, or just remove and replace....you can clean it with carb cleaner, but they arnt too expensive to just replace instead
first check for battery voltage to the valve by probing the wires of the electrical connector with a volt-meter it should be about 10.5 volts if not it's probably bad.next remove the valve and check the pintle inside the valve ports for excessive carbon deposits clean the valve ports and pintle with carburetor cleaner and replace the valve if idle does not improve replace the isc valve with a new one.
Begin by removing the valve cover retaining bolts. Peel the old gasket off and clean the surface. Put the new valve cover gasket on. Replace the valve covers to their original position.
Replace engine mounted temperature sensor and IAC valve(or clean throttle body and IAC according to an automotive manual). Before trying both of these, replace PCV valve to correct any vacuum problems.
It is normal to replace them.It is normal to replace them.
Your best bet it to simple replace it... they are under $20, and they are really easy to do..
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