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Egr valve for plymouth voyager

Where is it on 1992 voyager. have replaced 02 sensor, have high hc reading. wont pass e check.

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  • Lowell Riggs May 11, 2010

    Did you replace both of the O2 sensors?

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Which engine ?

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I had rough idling,do not pass NOx emission?

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I have a Plymouth Grand Voyager that I just replaced the egr valve on, and it wont crank over. any ideas?


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93 Plymouth voyager failed smog with high NOX .I've replaced transducer and EGR . The EG R was used and works . No check eng lite on but did pull codes #34+43+55


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http://www.allpar.com/fix/codes/new-codes/oxygen-sensors.html

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1989 Dodge Raider just failed emmission test...HC ppm Reading 485 allowed 185---CO% reading 10.50 allowed 2.36 what can i do to reduce numbers?


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Not passing air care. Mechanic says it needs a new "ezr" valve but this van does not have one. The oxides of Nitrogen NOx g/km is too high. Max allowable 1.5500 ours is 2.3381


I think he meant "EGR" (exhaust gas recirculation). But unless your van is running pretty bad, I doubt that's the problem. And that not-so-bad reading would suggest a more minor problem. IF (in caps) you are NOT behind on basics like dirty air or fuel filters, then a new pcv valve and fresh oil in the crankase would probably get you thru.

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Search an user manual for a plymouth voyager mod95 v6 3.0 for download


Can check this information in:
- Autozone.com (free register): Covers all U.S. and Canadian models of the Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager 1984-1995.
- 1995 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual (for sale)

I hope helps with this (remember rated this help). Good luck.

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Failed emissions....high nox


Sticking egr will raise everything except nox. Bad o2 bad cat hard to give an accurate diagnosis with out checking it

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Runs rough, not smooth..1992 voyager


sounds like a cylinder has low compression

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Egr valve


well nanifold is part of the emission and the egr repair both and save time re e testing it! you want it to go through first time with the above wrong it wont pass!!

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