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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start car with egr disconected. You should hear a sucking noise from said hole. If not you must clear this hole and there is your problem. If it is open then all thayt is left is the egr valve itself. hth
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
First did you reset the computer after replacing the EGR valve if you don't the computer doe'nt reconize the new sensor so it doe'nt reset the peremiters.Then check all passages and lines in the intake manifold there could be a clogg somewhere.Go to www.rockauto.com and you'll find EGR pressure sensor for under $30.00.
Posted on May 17, 2011
after time the passages plug up with carbon remove the vale start the engine on one port there should be vacuum and the other side should have exhaust blowing out with a coat hanger sized wire run it threw the plugged passage til cleared out also look at the valve to see if it is plugged as well if both passages are clear and the code returns you might need to replace the valve
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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