Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
Most of the time you can clean the EGR valve if it's just stuck cause of the carbon build up. Try removing it first and spraying it clean with carb cleaner, let it dry before installing it and make sure the EGR valve moves before installing and you may need a new gasket if the oil one gets damaged but a good RTV gasket maker works good too. You can do this for a few years and have to clean it again. Check the wire harness to the EGR valve to make sure there are not break in it and there is no corrosion to the wire clip at the EGR valve. Good luck and hope this helps save some money. Keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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