It is located in the back of the motor directly below and behind where the air intake boot attaches to the aluminum intake. there are two bolts that hold it on and one electrical connection. if your check engine light is on, this may be the easiest and most likely thing to try and repair. over time, the EGR valve gets gunked up with a lot of carbon and exhaustcrap that causes a flow restriction. take the valve off and give it a good cleaning with gumout or any carb cleaner. also be sure to give the mating surface and ports a good cleaning too. hopefully this will turn the light off and save you about $200 on a bill from the mechanic. replacemment valves are cheap for most caravans ($60). I've seen them cost over $160 for some cars and trucks. Good luck
Usually you replace the egr valve.
It is part of the EGR valve.
it is part of the egr valve
The 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.8 liter engine EGR valve can be found on the top of the engine. The EGR valve will be near the back of the engine.
its on the back of the valve cover.
EGR system failure. The EGR valve has failed.
Trouble code P0401 means: EGR System Malfunction Replace the EGR Valve
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.
It is a code for a failed EGR valve.
Not sure what a Dodge Adventure is, Trucks did not have EGR in 2000, minivans and cars did.
Egr position sensor rationality. Likely a failed egr valve.
Front passenger side of the engine.
A 2000 Ram does not have EGR. The last 5.9L to have EGR was 1995.
Above the alternator. A tube runs from the top of the EGR valve to the top of the intake manifold.
Dodge didn't use EGR on the Magnum engines, it wasn't necessary.
replace egr valve.
Just under and behind the throttle body
Right front corner of engine, above alternater.
egr was not installed until 2005 on this particular engine.
The egr valve is on the driver side rear of the engine. Follow the metal pipe from on top of the engine and it bolts to the egr.
A 1997 Dodge Dakota does not have an EGR Valve.
Front passenger side corner of the engine.
It might be that your pcv valve is plugged or the egr valve is sticking.