If it is an electronic EGR valve it is on the top of the engine on the rear left or drivers side it has three solenoids and a wire harness at the top IF YOU HAVE THE V6 (3.3) ENGINE IT DOES NOT HAVE AN EGR VALVE. IF YOU HAVE THE 2.2 4 CYL YOU HAVE A VACUUM TYPE EGR LOCATED ON THE END OF THE HEAD ABOVE THE TRANS.
The EGR is the acronym for exhaust gas recirculation valve. The 1993 Cutlass Ciera does not come equipped with an EGR valve.
As I recall, that engine does not have an EGR valve.
its the hose coming off of the valve cover that's the egr valve
if this is a v6, unless your car has California emissions, there is no EGR valve.
1990 -1993 injected Festivas do not have a EGR valve
The 1993 Ford escort did not come with an EGR valve. It is one of a few year models that do not have one.
As far as I can tell, there is no EGR valve on 1993 Ford Aerostar 3.0L engines. I have searched and found none and the vacuum hose routing decal in the engine compartment does not show an EGR valve.
The EGR position sensor is located on top of the EGR valve. Has an electrical connector attached.
It is a 50 EGR Valve. You can use it for '93-'97 Dodge Dakota, Ram 1500, 2500, or Jeep.
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.
I have a 93 4.0 and it has no EGR valve. My neighbor who is a ford mech. says some don't have EGR's and some have only one O2 sensor.
The Red line is the Vacumme line the comes from the drivers side of the intake to the EGR selonoid (at the top) the Green line goes from the EGR selonoid directly to the EGR valve (at the bottom of the Selonoid).
Start the engine, and spray a little carb cleaner around and on the EGR valve. If the engine changes sound are idles up are down then the valve is bad.
Some vehicles dont have EGR Valve... I have a 90 Caravan, same engine as yours, basically the same thing as what you have and it has the EGR valve, then again, same engine in my 92 Dodge Spirit and it has no EGR Valve... the EGR is just mainly an emissions thing to help keep down on air polution. If yours did have the EGR Valve, they are really easy to spot, its on the left of the throttle body and the EGR Valve even says EGR right on top of it, so if you do have the valve you will know it very easily with or without any book or diagrams.
On the 4.0 L OHV engine, the EGR valve is located on the driver's side of the engine. how do i repair it
Check your EGR valve Check EGR valve
check egr system,make sure vacuum reaches egr valve when is supposed to
It means that either your EGR solenoid or EGR valve is bad. The EGR valve sometimes sticks open due to carbon build-up. This can be fixed by removing it and cleaning the valve piston with carburetor cleaner and a metal brush. The EGR valve could also have a bad diaphragm. You can check this by connecting a vacuum hand pump to the EGR valve and checking to see if the valve holds vacuum. If it does not, that means the diaphragm is ripped and the valve will need to be replaced. If neither of these seem to be the problem then you have a faulty EGR solenoid. EGR solenoid replacement is very simple and only takes about 5 minutes.
It doesn't have an Egr valve.It doesn't have an Egr valve.
It is an electrically operated valve that when energized let's the vacuum through to the EGR valve to open it. Many also contain an electical switch that is closed when the vacuum is applied to the EGR valve to send a confirmation signal back to the ECM (engine control module).
The PCM controls the EGR valve, so the EGR position sensor tells the PCM what position the EGR valve is in, so it can control the EGR valve and ake other necessary adjustments.
Should be at the front of the motor under the air breather on your intake.
The 2002 Mercury Mountaineer EGR valve can be found in the engine compartment, on the firewall. The EGR valve will be labeled as such.
Yes, the EGR valve, or port EGR