Under the bed , on the rear passenger side of the fuel tank.
The EGR Valve is located on the intake manifold.
The EGR valve is located on the intake manifold,behind and to the passenger side of the throttle body.
yes they do... Or at least on a duramax
egr was not installed until 2005 on this particular engine.
The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.The Cummins in a Dodge truck did not get EGR until 2007 with the 6.7L.
You can bypss the EGR by putting a bolt in the vaccum line going to the EGR valve blocking the EGR solenoid or alot of people make a plate replacing the valve with a plate but it will set the check engine light its better to just fix it.
I've been researching this as well, and have found others saying that some of these trucks aren't equiped with an EGR system. A truck without the egr will have a capped off spot right next to the Idle Air Control valve on the top-drivers side of the intake manifold. The EGR valve goes in this capped hole. My truck has the capped hole and no EGR.
Overheating and high boost pressure typically are signs of an EGR problem.