A bad EGR valve in a 2000 Saturn can have several symptoms. The EGR valve can cause misfires, the valve can cause vacuum leak style problems. There could also be an engine knock.
If the egr valve was stuck open, the engine wouldn't idle. If the egr valve was stuck closed you may hear excessive pinging (spark knock) and in most vehicles, the check engine light would illuminate.
The valve has failed.The valve has failed.
EGR VALVE IS LOCATED NEXT TO THE TOP RADIATOR HOSE AT THE ENGINE, IT CAN CAUSE ENGINE TO MISS, STALL AND SURGE.
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.
Carbon build up. Sticky or stuck EGR valve. Vacuum supply line damaged/leaking. Faulty EGR valve. Faulty EGR Position sensor/wiring.
I suppose it could but more than likely you have a stuck egr valve or some other leak.
A faulty or clogged egr valve can cause an engine to run rough. If stuck or clogged the valve can be cleaned after removal with carburetor cleaner.
If it's stuck in the completely open position, it can.
Identify the reason to clean your performance. Then figure how it works.
the vacuum switching valve that run the valve are a common problem they are intermittent stuck closed so do not operate the valve
The EGR valve is located at the front of the h22a4 engine. The EGR valve is right beside of the front of the EGR valve.
It doesn't have an Egr valve.It doesn't have an Egr valve.
My Aurora had a slight hesitation or rpm surge at about 1500 rpm. disconnecting the electrical connector from the EGR valve and the problem went away.
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.
A faulty IAC will cause stalling problems at idle. Most of the time if you hold the gas pedal down it will run fine. Be careful because these symptoms can come from an EGR valve that is stuck open aswell. If you have a fast idle i would look for a intake leak.
Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.
Overheating and high boost pressure typically are signs of an EGR problem.
Remove the egr valve from the tracker. The valve can be soaked with carburetor cleaner, to loosen stuck material, Wipe out loose build up, then wash with carburetor and allow to air dry. Re install the now cleaned valve.
A code 37 on a Jaguar XJ6 means either your EGR solenoid or EGR valve is bad. Most of the time the valve is simply stuck open and it is a very easy fix.
I would look into a stuck open, or jammed Egr Valve.
Yes, the EGR valve, or port EGR
P0400 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Flow Malfunction Possible causes - Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) solenoid valve harness is open or shorted - Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) solenoid valve circuit poor electrical connection - Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) volume control valve stuck closed - Faulty Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) volume control solenoid valve - Dead (Weak) battery - Faulty EGR temperature sensor and circuit - Faulty EGR Valve
I had this problem on my Escape. I removed the EGR valve and noticed that a piece of trash was stuck in the valve keeping it from closing and causing this vacuum leak. I took a screw driver and opened the valve to remove the trash. This fixed it.
It probably doesn't have one. If you don't see it stuck on the driver's side of the throttle body, that one came EGR valve-less.