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I need to know where the egr valve is located

...on my 1993 toyota corolla dx with a 4 cylinder 1.8L engine

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EGR stands for EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION.

This is a loop back system between your exhaust manifold and the underside of your filter.

The EGR valve is located between the inlet (exhaust manifold) and the outlet (intake manifold).


About 8-12" below the air filter....toward the passenger side.


EGR carbon built up can be clean.

Check the soft membrane on the EGR valve and see is it crack/torn. If it's in good shape then you may reuse it.

The professional use a vacuum hand tool to determine the travel of the EGR.

There are carbon built up inside the EGR air passage tube too,


Make sure you give both a good cleaning.


The EGR base gasket MUST BE REPLACE!


Order one before you start the job.


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