This is general information for people with EGR valve issues: - The EGR valve- on any car- is a small cast metal assembly connected between the intake manifold and the exhaust manifold. Its purpose is to sense high-carbon emmissions in the engine exhaust. If high enough, the valve opens and recycles the dirty exhaust back into the intake manifold, to be re-burned in the engine. If it's working properly, having an EGR valve cuts your output horsepower by about one third, because you're burning dirty air in your engine. - An EGR valve either works or it doesn't. If it doesn't, it needs to be replaced, not cleaned. Cleaning can remove some of the carbon and other deposits inside the valve, but not enough to do any good. It's also just about impossible to do any real cleaning of the sensor, which is the most important part. - If you know your way around your car's engine, look for a place where the intake manifold and the exhaust manifold seem to be hooked together. What's joining them is the EGR valve assembly. It isn't 'plug and play', but is usually mounted with four bolts. There's also a gasket underneath the assembly to provide a tight seal. If it's damaged or missing, that needs to be replaced, too. - About the only time anyone thinks about an EGR valve is when their car flunks the emmissions portion of the state vehicle inspection. Of course, they want to try to replace the thing themselves, to save money. That can happen, if they are at least a little mechanically inclined and have simple hand tools- wrenches, pliers, etc. Other times, it's better to have a mechanic do it and eat the cost, just to be sure it's done right. - The last EGR valve I replaced was in 1999, on a 1991 S-10 short block. Never having done it before, I fumbled around a little and the job took about 45 minutes. The new EGR cost $57 at Consumer Auto Parts.
The EGR Valve is located in the engine compartment on the Ford Focus. The EGR Valve is set almost dead center into the top of the motor. The EGR Valve looks like a small carburetor with caps on the top and sides.
How do you replace the EGR Valve on a 2001 Ford Escape?
The egr valve is located right under the air intake line right behind the center of the motor by the fire wall
PCV Valve is located on the Right Valve Cover.
It is just below of the fuel filter
2001 Honda CR-V DOES NOT have an EGR valve!
Check the fuel pressure on the Focus wagon as well as the EGR valve. If the fuel pressure is low or the valve is clogged then the car could have these problems.
It does not have EGR.It does not have EGR.
Removal Remove the air cleaner outlet tube. Disconnect the mass air flow (MAF) sensor electrical connector. Disconnect the breather pipe. Remove the air cleaner. Fully loosen the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve to exhaust manifold tube nut from the bottom of the EGR valve. Disconnect the vacuum line from the top of the EGR valve. Remove the EGR valve. Remove and discard the EGR valve gasket. Installation NOTE: Use a new EGR valve gasket when installing the EGR valve. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Where is the EGR valve located on a 2000 Ford Explorer
It doesn't have an Egr valve.It doesn't have an Egr valve.
It doesn't have an egr valve.
It does not have EGR.
the egr valve is on the top front of the block and is easy accesable by your do it your self mechanic and the sensor is about 5 inches behind it
There are two types of mountings for the 2000-2003 ford focus. See the article at this site: http://autorepair.about.com/library/a/1i/bl718i.htm
A 2001 Ram does not have EGR.
egr valve location on a 1997 ford ranger 23l
Trouble code P0402 means: Exhaust Gas Recirculation Flow Excessive Detected Replace EGR valve
A 2001 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.A 2001 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.
An aftermarket EGR valve will cost anywhere in the range of $80-110, depending on the brand. The EGR valve differs depending on the engine size (4 cyl or V6), but the price range is about the same.
where is egr valve on 1998 ford contour
Yes, it does have an EGR valve.