where do I find the egr valve on a 1999 Chevy Cavalier?
The EGR valve is directly under the hood on the 89 Cavalier.
That's your EGR valve flow is insufficient. Replace the EGR valve.
A 1998 Dodge Ram does not have EGR.
take the EGR valve off and spray carb cleaner in the egr valve and in the port. This will some times work as it gets plugged up
If it's a 2.4 L DOHC motor, there is no EGR valve.
There isn't a EGR on your 98. The last year that offered that was 90. There isn't a EGR on your 98. The last year that offered that was 90. There isn't a EGR on your 98. The last year that offered that was 90.
After removing an EGR valve from the vehicle, the valve can be flushed with carburetor cleaner. If the valve still sticks then a replacement will be needed.
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Code P1491 Means: EGR Valve Lift Insufficient Detected EGR Valve needs to be replaced
It's bolted right on top of the egr valve which is on the back of the engine under the throttle body there will be a small vacuum line going into where the egr valve bolts into the intake
Next to the power steering pump
Right below the EGR valve bolted to the transmission.
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.
Its under the EGR on the block ya. follow a hose from egr to vsv from underside of car
It should. Look at the EGR valve; it's on the drivers side of the head. If the EGR valve is the same, everything else should be easy to exchange.
A faulty EGR valve can cause a 98 Chevy to fail a smog test. The oxygen sensors should also be tested as they can also cause a 98 Chevy to fail a smog test.
It doesn't have an Egr valve.It doesn't 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.
Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.Starter solenoid: on the starter.EGR: on the egr valvetransmission: on the valve body in the trans.
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it should be around the intake manifold area, depends what yr your car is and what size of motor u have.
Yes, the EGR valve, or port EGR