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Where is the EGR valve in a 1994 b4000 and can it be cleaned to prevent stalling?

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2006-04-14 20:37:01
2006-04-14 20:37:01

Egr valve does not cause stalling. it does not open at idle. I would look at oxygen sensor, then check the gas for water. The EGR can be cleaned, but my EGR valve is 10 years old and did not need cleaning. Also look at plugs and wires.

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