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I have no vacum from the throttlebody to the egr valve solenoid therefore my egr valve can,t work

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  • brcrkhunter Apr 24, 2009

    no codes, have a hesitation and a misfire a low rpm and one sprk plug carboned


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Some of the solenoids do not kick in till the car is in gear or moving is there a code in the comp fo egr problem

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I have a Ford F-150 xlt 4.6 with a p0401 code.

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What would cause the egr valve on a 1998 chevy suburban 4x4 5.7engine to keep shorting out ?

electronic egr valves primarily gm viehicals .employ a egr valve that is not operated by vacume at all .an electronic solenoid in the valve is operated electricaly by the ecm .diagnosting this type if egr valve require a special scan tool . sorry your probley off to the dealer pal.

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Engine check lite comes on Code 401 Changed EGR valve and EGR Lite comes back on drive about 5 miles

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Got a 2001 Ford Taurus with 128K miles, engine was rebuilt 10 months ago, for the last 4 months it has been chugging or hesitating when I'm stopped at a light, Autozone codes said egr pressure sensor,...

Sounds like the egr solenoid stuck..Not the valve..When you are sitting at idle,,you should be able to take off the vacum line and there should be no vacuum..,If there is back track that line and see if it goes to a solenoid..I bet the vacuum lines are crossed..One should have vacuum,,the other should go to the egr valve..If they are crossed on the egr solenoid,,then you end up with constant vacuum going to your egr valve..Until you figure it out leave the line off the egr valve and block the line..If you are constantly haveing the valve held open,,you killing sparkplugs and the catylitic converter

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No vacum from manifold to egr .1990 chevy truck 1500

check for vaccum from throttle body to egr solenoid,if you dont have vaccum your vaccum port is stopped up in the throttle body,then check for vaccum from solenoid to egr valve.

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Ford Taurus. Check Engine Light Code P1400

P1400 Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve position sensor
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P1402 Exhaust Gas Recirculation metering orifice restricted
P1403 Exhaust Gas Recirculation differential pressure sensor
P1404 EGR Temperature Sensor circuit
P1405 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Differential Pressure Feedback Sensor upstream hose off or plugged
P1406 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Differential Pressure Feedback Sensor downstream hose off or plugged
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P1408 EGR solenoid -Flow out of Self- Test Range
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The engine light on our 1986 Mercury Grand Marquis came on and stayed on. When checked, a code of 34 comes on. What does this code mean?

code 34 means you are not getting any egr flow. find your egr valve and check to see if vacume hose is attached, if so follow the hose to the egr solenoid which should have that hose and a direct vac hose going to it. and an electrical connector. make sure all of these things are in place and not disconected or broken. the most likely cause is either a broken vacume hose or a clogged intake manifold.

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I'm not sure if i got the egr vac hose and the fuel pressure reg hose backwards?

The vacum hose that goes to the fuel pressure regulator will have vacum all the time and will come from the in take, the one for the EGR will not have vacum all the time and that hose will come from the EGR control solenoid a black looking solenoid with two ports coming out of it.

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2003 4.0 V6 explorer with the vacume line off the egr it runs, but runs rough. when the vacume line is hooked up to the egr it cuts off. i put a new egr on and it did the same thing please asap..

First. Check the vacum routing from the egr. facing the engine, the vac.
line should go to the right and connect to the egr vacum regulator
solenoid. The line from the solenoid to manifold vacum. The solenoid
is also connected to the powertrain ctrl. module And some models,
have a egr sensor. the two vac.lines from the sensor(if equipped)go to
the exaust below the egr valve. The three wires from the sensor go to the pcm. At this I would plug in the obd2 scanner if no vac.leaks or
bad connections have been found. This can narrow the field greatly.
You can stop by an autozone/napa etc. they will scan it for free.
I hope this helps. Good luck.

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There is 1 or 2 vac solenoid on driverside rear of valve cover.
if there is only one then that one connects to the vac pump and wastegate actuator on turbo. if two vac solenoids,then other one goes to EGR valve on intake cover.

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