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The electronic EGR valve and solenoid assembly
(3) is attached to the front of the right cylinder head (1). An exhaust
gas routing tube connects the EGR valve to the intake manifold.
Disconnect electrical connector (1) from EGR
solenoid (2). Remove two bolts (3) connecting EGR tube (4) to
valve assembly. Remove gasket located between EGR tube flange
and EGR valve assembly.
Remove two mounting bolts (2). Separate
valve assembly (3) from cylinder head (1). Remove and discard
metal gasket located between cylinder head and valve assembly. The
new EGR valve will come with a new metal gasket. You can reuse the
smaller gasket for the metal pipe going to the egr valve as long as its
IT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE FRONT CYLINDER HEAD(BELT END) OF ENGINE..JUST ABOVE ALTERNATOR..2 BOLTS HOLD IT TO HEAD,A METAL TUBE COMES OFF IT..1 ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR..MORE LIKELY ELECTRICAL SIDE OF VALVE IS DEFECTIVE(SOLENOID)
..RECOMMEND REPLACING VALVE..ABOUT 120 BUCKS FROM DEALER..YOU WILL NEED A NEW TUBE GASKET AND NEED TO DISCONNECT BATTERY WHILE REPLACING..HAVE SEEN CODES RETURN EVEN REPLACING A DEFECTIVE VALVE..WAS A TECH TIP FROM CHRYSLER ENGINEERING..I HOPE THIS HELPS
the egr valve is located on front cylinder head,just above the alternator..there is a plug and a metal tube coming from it..remove tube on both ends..unplug connector..2 bolts that hold on are fairly tight and lower bolt is a tight fit at alternator..1/4"drive 10mm socket ground down works well..make sure you disconnect battery while you are changing valve..sometimes code will reset even after you replace egr valve..valve available at dodge dealer..get a new tube gasket as well