Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage
I need to replace the egr valve and i don't know where it is located
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: where is my egr valve
Oks it should be close to fire wall it looks around 3 inches oval shaped and has 2 bolts in it and has a gasket plus it has a wired connector to it so you should replace the gasket after you clean it/ so tak it out and use carb cleaner any kind / Put an ew gasket on after you klean it and plug it back in try that/ Please rate my response/ Thank you very much
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Might want to look for vacuum leaks. Most misfires that go away with gas are caused by manifold vacuum leaks. The cat code can also be caused by the vac leak. There are different methods to find them and not real easy-but one way is to get a can of carb cleaner spray and spritz around intake areas. When the carb cleaner finds the leak--the car will run good for just and instant. Could be a rubber line or a manifold gasket. Hope it helped. Thanks
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
The link below is a diagram of the EGR valve. Looks like a mushroom with vacuum lines attached.
I hope this answers your question. Best of luck.
Posted on May 30, 2009
im not sure if this model is service able for a non mechanic. but the tranny filter is located behind the tranny pan of the transmission. you will need to drain all of the transmission fluid before you take the pan off. the filter in itself is very easy to get off. it may get a little frustrating getting all of the bolts off the tranny pan. should be any where from 15 to 20 of them depending on the model. once you get the pan off, look at the new filter and judge by that on how to remove the old filter. after you get the old filter off repeat the steps of removel in the opposite order. now most tranny filters will come with a new tranny pan gasket. if it doesn't i strongly recommend buying a new one. they should not run you more than 10 to 20 bucks at any local parts store. it also would not hurt to line either side of the gasket with permtex ( i would go for the high heat red tube) line the bolt holes up and bolt the tranny pan back to the transmission. be sure not to over tighten the bolts. the tranny is only aluminum. after you have everything back together look in your owners manual to see the specific type of tranny fluid you will need and the exact amount you will need. once that is done you should be good to go
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
The EGR valve is retained to the intake manifold with two bolts.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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