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Transaxle control module and failed egr valve

I just need to know where to find both of these on my 2004 Chrysler Town and Country. I need to have it fixed for inspection next week and can't afford to have someone do it. Please respond as soon as possible as I have to work 3rd shift and have very little daylight hours to work on it. Thank you so much

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The egr valve is mounted on the passenger side of the front head and the transmission controller is behind the drivers side front wheel fascia mounted to the frame....you will need to remove the wheel well shield to access it

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