if it is a 2.0 it will be bolted to the back of the intake manifold on the tb side.
concidering the guy who actually posted this answer above this typing knows nothing but where its at he is right
look behind your thermostat housing on the intake manifold you will see the egr valve if your not a California model u wont have one though
I was informed by carl a tech at honaccurate, a reputable shop in boulder,CO that 94 acura integra does not have an EGR valve.
No, it is not standdard
no. 94 is 1g 95 is 2g (first and second generation). also differences between fwd and awd exhausts
do you mean the EGR valve? it's at the base of the intake manifold
Take it to a garage.
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.
top of intake behind fuel rail
The EGR is located on the back of the intake manifold, check out www.shbox.com they'll have most of your answers.
trans side of engine bay. follow the fuel rail inlet line.
EGR valve, tube, sensor, or canistor? The Egr system returns unburnt fuel to the engine through the manifold from the exhaust pipe Look for a knobby type thing like a propane regulator on the left side of the engine, that's the EGR valve
Restriction in the catalytic converter.
Through the 90's, all SC2 engines were mostly interchangeable. There was a difference in the head, requiring the use of a different EGR valve. If the replacement engine does not use the same EGR valve, it is possible to create an adapter to use the older style EGR valve.
Short answer Chrysler Family of Cars (88-94), Eagle Summit and Talon(90-94), Hyundai (89-99), Mitsubshi (86-94) Long answer follow the link
Back left,tucked at top and wedged up to the firewall.
You dont. In most cercumstances it is unnecessary. Try replacing the EGR valve position sensor (DPFE?) that should clear up any issues. if not then take it to a certified mechanic
Most likely the inside of the EGR valve assembly and/or associated tubing is plugged with exhaust deposits. You'll probably need to either disassemble the EGR assembly to clean it out or replace the assembly entirely.
I have repaired my vehicles for over 40 years, the engineers at ford have finally hidden a part from me, I have been looking for 3 weeks I cant find the EGR VALVE on the 94 3.0 liter aerostar.
It will if its the same model type, say Esi to Gs, Tsi to Gsx, Tsi Turbo To Gst, check out some dsm forums and they should be able to tell you
Simple, Remove air breather assembly then looking from the front of your tuck, behind the left side of the TBI you will see you EGR. Remove the EGR bolts(2), gasket, and line. Replace it with an OEM spec EGR and gasket, connect line and your done.
nope only 95 to 99
You need to purchase the appropriate turbo kit for your vehicle and follow the install instructions or have a mechanic install it for you.
The E.G.R. Valve is located below the intake manifold, close the throttle body between the engine and the firewall. I owned a 1993 probe with an automatic transmission. It did not have an EGR valve. I gutted the car and replaced the complete wiring, suspension and running gear with manual transmission out of a 1994 SE, the 94 had the EGR just as stated above. It also changed it to an OBD2 diagnostics port.
you have to use a funnle and pour it in where the dip stick goes. which if your standing in front of your car it should be located at the bottom left corner of the valve cover. it kinda sits down a little but if you look you will see it the handle should be grey.. hope this helps
That should have a 4.6L and the egr is easily accessible by the throttle body although more often than not the egr valve is fine but the ports are plugged so take the throttle body horn off the plenum, should have 4 bolts, and u will see what looks like a horse shoe under the gaset... that is the egr port and it will probably be plugged solid with carbon... good luck