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1994 Bronco Egr valve doesnt fit into new ****** headers

I just bought new headers for my 1994 Ford Bronco with 5.8L. There is not a place for the EGR valve connection in the headers and i wanted to know if i will run into trouble if i remove it.

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They sold you a set of headers that don't accommodate the EGR valve line. You can buy headers that have the bung welded into them for the connection. If you do not connect the EGR then you exhaust gas temps will run high and pinging will likely be the result. Excessive preignition can cause valve and piston damage. The lack of the EGR valve may cause you to not pass your states emissions test. I would purchase a set of headers that have the hook up on them. Try Gibson headers. They sell these.

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