EGR valve is on the back of the engine by the firewall. take off the air cleaner completely and then look down the back of the engine and you will see a round object with an elogated egg shaped base with 2 nuts holding it on. I replaced mine and my gas mileage went up to 26-27 miles to the gallon
The EGR valve is directly under the hood on the 89 Cavalier.
The 1989 Honda Civic is not equipped with an EGR valve.
The egr valve on the 351 engine is located on the left side of the throttle body on the top of the engine.
The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve on a 1989 S10 is located in the valve cover. It is toward the front of the motor.
The 1989 Oldsmobile EGR valve is located on the top of the engine, near the back. It is quite simple to change.
Yes,you can,just plug the vacuum hose with a screw or something
The round black object sitting bolted to the back of the throttle body. Entwined in the fuel lines; difficult to remove. If all else fails follow your tiny vacuum hose from the vrv valve.
Pluged air filter, oxygen sensor is bad, bad catlitic converter. A tune up can help. Use the cheap gas it has less hydrocarbons in it Check the EGR valve. It might be plugged up with carbon. The EGR valve allows exhaust gas to be recirculated back into the engine and if it is plugged up, this doesn't happen. The EGR valve is to control the NOx emissions.
it's an EGR valve and yes if there plugged and or stuck they will cause engines to idle very strange at times and or stall. had the same problem in my 89 GTA trans-am.
On the V-6 it is directly behind the carburetor, the Delphi model consists of 2 parts, the EGR valve that mounts into the intake manifold and an electronic assisted switch component that attaches to the hoses above it. You can't order the electric switch separate, comes as a complete unit, approx $89.
Try your throttle body gasket...before the IAC ;) NEW ANSWER: The most common cause of that is the EGR VALVE. Check it first and make sure it is working right.
$89 * 30/100 = $26.70 $89 - $26.70 = $62.30
several posibilities, non functioning EGR valve, clogged EGR passageways, cheap fuel or dirty combustion chambers. If check engine light is on probably an EGR problem. if not try filling up with shell v-power and dump a can of fuel injector cleaner in tank. run that through and see if any better.
On the 5.0, it is on the back top of the engine on the passenger side near the firewall where the intake manifold is. It looks like a silver flying saucer, held on with two screws and has vacuum lines attached to it.
IGNITION MODULE OR COIL/DISTRIBUTOR
In the United States and Canada, the 86-89 3SGE engine are the same except for the location of the EGR tube. The 86-87 has an external EGR that hooked to the exhaust manifold. The 88-89 has an internal EGR that routes back into the cylinder head. The GT4, Alltrac, turbo was only on the 88-89 in the United States and Canada. 1987-89 celica engines are the same, besides the alltrac series which come with four wheel drive and a turbocharged engine
Barclays Bank pic, Park Gate branch, Sort code 20-30-89;
Jeopardy - 1984 30-89 was released on: USA: 16 January 2014
30 is about 33.71% of 89. 30/89 = 0.337078 x 100 ~ 33.71
On the 4 cylinder models, it is on the passenger side of the valve cover.
30% discount on $89 is $26.70. The discounted price would be $89 - $26.70 = $62.30
It is: (26.7/89) times 100 = 30%
the kind of oil this van takes is a conventional 10w30
Out of time or a burnt valve
Code 34 is MAP/EGR code. Take your EGR valve off and clean it VERY WELL with carb cleaner. Take battery cable off for 5min and depress brake pedal to kill power to the system. If the light comes back on within a few miles, then you need a new MAP sensor which is about $40.