Question about Acura TL
The problem these cars have is that the exhaust gas passages get clogged with gunk and soft carbon from the gas flowing through the passage, this gives a sensor code, so yes u need to clean the passage in the intake for the EGR gases, use carb spray and a piece of wire, a coat hangar works well, also rebar wire, often called bailing wire, u may be able to clean them out that way, if the carbon deposits are hard then u may have to have the intake cleaned by a machine shop, u will need compressed air to have any chance of success.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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