The EGR valve is a round "valve" (has one hose coming from top, one from side) that is on top of the throttle body. Actually, it is bolted with two bolts to the rear of the throttle body. If you don't know what a throttle body is, look for the pulley that moves when you press the gas pedal (with engine off). If i remember correctly....there is no egr valve on a 2000 Camry. If there is however it will be where the last guy said. The link below is to a picture of the EGR valve for a 2000 Camry 4-cyl. engine with an automatic transmission. It is bolted to the back side of the intake manifold with two bolts, and to a flange at the top of a steel tube running up from the exhaust system with another two bolts. http://catalog.autohausaz.com/autohausaz/image.jsp?title=EGR%20Valve&url=http%3A//img.eautopartscatalog.com/live/B7010168929OES.JPG
The egr valve is located on the top rear of the engine. It bolts on and is easily removed.
No but if there is still an EGR valve problem then its the EGR Valve switch located at the back of the motor. I replaced my EGR valve 2 times before I figured out it was the electrical switch, which had burnt up, for the egr valve. I havent had a problem with the EGR since then..
4cyl back of intake near throttle body// 6cyl roughly same area
The egr valve is located on top of the engine. It is close to the firewall, mounted close to the center from side to side.
I just replaced the EGR on my 1997 Toyota Camry 4cl and it was about $300, the downside is that I purchased a part with only a 6mo warranty and at 7 mo it went out again...
Remove it, and throttle body carbon cleaner. Make sure that the valve can be moved easily.
There are many reasons for that. It's better to start from the spark plugs and spark plug wires. Check the EGR valve, and EGR vacuum switching valve. Make sure that you do not have gas leak.
I don't have the pictures but found some by googleing Camry egr valve. You can start there and that might be enough to get you going.
according to the emissions label it does not have an EGR valve.
EGR stands for Exhaust Gas Recirculation. The purpose of the EGR system is to lower the amount of oxides of nitrogen the engine produces. The parts of the system are the vacuum actuated EGR control valve, the vacuum switching valve, and the EGR vacuum modulator assembly.
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P0401 indicates problems with EGR system... It might a simple one, for instance, you just need to clean EGR pipe and valve. Or it can be more expansive one like faulty EGR valve or EGR sensor. Which one you have impossible to answer without testing the car. And you can use the professional Toyota tool to repair it, I think the Toyota it2 is a good tool for it.
the vacuum switching valve that run the valve are a common problem they are intermittent stuck closed so do not operate the valve
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If you're corolla is a 92' model then it doesn't have one. If engine ping is you're problem then good luck.
It does not happen as often as you might think. But it does happen. Usually EGR valve goes out if you car is 10 years and older and you have way over 100K miles. Also if the valve is cleaned regularly it will work longer.
It is not equipped with an EGR valve.
Contact your Toyota dealer for EGR servicing;it's easier! The EGR valve is on the lower back side of the approx. centre of the engine. You cannot see it from above. Placing your left hand between the firewall and the rear of the engine you can feel for the EGR valve. Follow the vacuum hoses down the back side of the engine until you feel the EGR valve. Forget about sight from the top view. The Toyota service manuals give the Toyota mechanics proper dignosis. Other mechanics made have other sources, I got my info from a Toyota mechanic.
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.
The egr valve is located on the top of the engine on the right hand side
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I never knew my 2000 Honda Accord (165,000 miles) had an EGR. I have replace or cleaned PCV. I have used Engine System Cleaners regulary. Car is running fine. Knock on wood. Same for 1990 Toyota Camry (244,000) when traded.
You need to replace the EGR valve. Make sure to replace the plugs too after that.
Replace the EGR valve. It routs 1200 degree exhaust into the 1800 degree combustion chanbers to decrease preignition and reduce nox.
It does not have one