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Oil leakng from erg valve - 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

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Then you must be using/buring allot of oil, are you?

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have a compression test done to determine engine condition. Check the erg valve for sticking/ blocked. check condition of air filter. If you have a cloud of smoke after idling for a while it will ,e valve stem wear or failed valve stem seals.

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the ERG valve has packed up,just pull the vacumn operating pipe off that comes from the valve on the side and goes to teh ERG valve and it will work fine without it ,trust me

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Change erg valve and oil senser and location of each


before we repalce these can I ask why.

Generally a low flow egr code is not the valve. Its either the DPFE sensor or the passage in the intake for the egr valve is clogged.

If the car struggles at idle and the oil light comes on then the light works and the sensor works.

A stuck open EGR valve could cause a struggling idle so in this case the EGR valve would need to be replaced but not the oil sender.

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It is located above the engine, right behind the air intake mainfold. Check beside the air Hose that goes to the engine, there you will find the valve held by two bolts. It looks like a round metallic object connected to several wires.

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ERG or EGR valve?. well if you dont mind the check light coming on and the engine to run like **** in the future, you might want to change it, espcially if you live in an emission state, they wont pass you part if failling.

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sound like turbo noise its close to egr valve.

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The EGR valve is located next to the TPS connector. It has two bolts holding it in place. You will need to replace the gasket when you take it off.

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