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1990 22re lopes at idle and sputters

On top of the new maf sensor/plugs/wires/dist cap/fuel filter/air filter/and strainer for the fuel pump i figured out that truck used to be a 89 v6 and this engine is a 90 22re not a 89 22re they only reason i think that is cause of the egr system looks like a 1990 and the vac lines were mixed up i rerouted them and it ran better but then i noticed that a rubber hose coming from the egr valve just lying there so i hooked it to the bottom of the egr vac mod it ran and then it choked out so i unhooked it and now it runs like **** at first and then takes off like a rocket and i noticed the cap and filter is gone of the egr vac mod IM RUNNING OUT OF MONEY can i still do a egr valve check or can i just eliminate the egr system

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You can remove your Egr system and the engine will run fine.
lcengineering.com has a kit for this.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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    This kit is low cost and will lower your engine temperatures. I hope this helps.

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