You have to jack the car up, put it on jack stands crawl under. The EGR will be near the fire wall and very hard to reach. It's close the rear motor mount. It is situated next to the rear exhaust manifold on the block, the side closer to the driver. Hope that helps. visit mx6.com for more help
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EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION EGR SYSTEM INSUFFICIENT FLOW DETECTED.CHECK FOR VACUUM HOSE LEAK OR BLOCKAGE.CHECK WIRING CONNECTION.THE EGR VALVE OR ECM HAS FAILED.CHECK INTAKE PORT WHERE EGR VALVE SET ON.LOOK FOR CARBON BUILT UP IN SMALL HOLE BLOCKING OFF EGR FLOW.CLEAN OUT HOLE WITH A CLOTHES HANGER OR SMALL SCREW DRIVER
On page 6-6, Hanes #72030, you will find the diagram that shows the EGR Valve for models 1981 through 1984.The diagram also is followed by models 1985 through 1997. The valve works exactly the same in the 1997 as it does in the 1984. If you need a diagram online, follow this link;
YES THEY ARE!!! DO NOT DEAL WITH THEM! I hope you have it in writing that they told you that...because I would have them red flagged by reporting them to the Better Business Bureau! If you copy & paste the following link into address bar...you will see that the EGR Valve for your engine is easy to get at change WITHOUT REMOVING the ENTIRE ENGINE! Look here: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=EGR+Valve¤tPage=1&categoryDisplayName=Emission+Control&navValue=16000214&itemId=214-0&parentId=60-0
I am fixing to change my EGR valve and the piece of paper that came with the part say this:
Before installing this part, check the EGR valve passage in the intake manifold and clear any carbon blockage. Failure to do so will result in repeat malfuntion of the EGR valve system. Refer to a technical service manual or contact a service dealer for proper cleaning procedures.