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My 2006 dodge ram 1500 5.7 liter the check engine light is on it is giving me a code that says that the egr sensor voltage is too high is it the valve or the sensor that is bad or either

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YOU NEED TO REPLACE EGR VALVE ASSEMBLY..SENSOR IS PART OF VALVE..FAIRLY EASY TO REPLACE..RECOMMEND DEALER PART..ALSO DISCONNECT BATTERY WHILE REPLACING

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