Question about 1997 Mercury Villager
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
without having a scanner in front of me(i have one at work and also snap-on shopkey) i work on alot of ford cars and usually the egr is not the problem-the DPFE SENSOR usually is. they are known to go bad on fords and sometimes the replacement part is an "updated" part which fixes the problem.the DPFE is a square or rectangular black plastic piece with one electrical plug and 2 vacuum hoses attached to it.the 2 hoses connect to a metal pipe that will be attached to the exhaust manifold.the DPFE controls the EGR valve.also make sure the 2 hoses are not cracked or disconnected.also check the vacuum hose going to the EGR( if there is one).by the way the 2 rubber hoses connected to the DPFE are NOT normal vacuum hoses.they are special high-heat hoses.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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