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Where is the EGR sensor on a 94 Grand Marquis 4.6 engine?

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2008-08-30 13:18:15
2008-08-30 13:18:15

I have a 92 and according to the repair manual yours should be the same.It is located at the rear of the engine on the left side when standing in front of the car looking under the hood,its hard to get to because its down behind the linkage and other obstructions.I need to replace mine but have not attempted as yet.You will see it has a vacumme hose going into the top that leads to other lines that have to be disconected to take it out. This part is very hard to get out. The screws are in a tight spot and my EGR value wouldn't come out.

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