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Light comes on intermittently
Does the 1999 Lexus RX300 have an EGR valve
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Emission sensor but your going to have to scan it when it is on! to get a raed out!!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If EGR was out your engine light would stay on!usually hi way drive is a whole new emission game sensor work 100% different that city drive you have a O2 sensor problem don"t Get$$ the problem when if you say it only will do it on highway then take it on highway with OBD 2 in run scan mode have a passenger observe it this will give the the proper code you will need to peg it cheers!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
You could have a restriction in the egr ports. remove the valve. Plug the holes, start engine. 1 hole will be blowing out exhaust, the other will have large vacuum.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
The EGR and all systems are computer controlled and depend on all other sensors to be working correctly. It may be a computer problem. I only say this because I just had a customer with a similar problem replaced ECM and problem solved!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
I HAVE A 99 JAGUAR XJ8 ....I HAVE CHANGED THE BATTERY AND ALTERNATOR, BUT STILL WON'T START. SHOULD I CHANGE THE PLUGS NEXT OR THE STARTER. IT HAS 110,000 MILES. PLEASE OFFER SOME INSIGHT ON THIS SITUATION.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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Exhaust Gas Recirculation Circuit Range/Performance
What does that mean?The EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) system's purpose is to redirect exhaust gas back into the cylinders. Since exhaust gas is inert, it displaces oxygen and fuel, thereby lowering cylinder temps, which, in turn, lowers oxides of nitrogen emissions. For that reason it needs to be carefully metered into the cylinders (via the EGR valve) so as not to adversely affect the engine's performance. (Too much EGR and the engine won't idle).
If you have a P0404, then the EGR valve is likely an electrically controlled EGR valve instead of a vacuum controlled EGR valve. Also, the valve will usually have a feedback system built into it that informs the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) what position the valve is in; open, closed, or somewhere in between. The PCM needs to know this to determine whether or not the valve is operating as needed. If the PCM determines that the valve should be operating, but the feedback circuit shows that the valve is not open, this code will set. Or if the PCM determines the valve should be closed but the feedback signal indicates that the valve is open, this code will set.
SymptomsThere may be no symptoms of a P0404 DTC other than the MIL (malfunction indicator lamp) or check engine light. However, Exhaust Gas Recirculation systems are inherently problematic due to carbon buildup in the intake manifold, etc. This normal buildup can lodge in an EGR valve, holding it open when it should be closed. If this is the case, the engine may idle rough, or not at all. If the valve has failed and is NOT opening, then symptoms would be higher combustion temps and as a result, higher Nox emissions. But the latter symptoms aren't going to be noticeable to a driver.
CausesUsually this code points to either carbon buildup or a bad EGR valve. However that doesn't rule out the following:
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