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What is the location of the EGR Valve?

What is the location of the EGR Valve on a 99 Acura TL?

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It is located right next to the the intake manifold on the trans side of the car

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that does not mean that the egr is bad maybe its solenoid a electric control or vacuum hose controlling the egr, or an exhaust pipe connect it to it. that code means that egr for some reason is not working the way have to work.

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there is a egr passage in the intake manifold that is clogged and needs to be drilled out. if you want to bring to acura or honda dealer they can drill it out and put in a wider passage pipe. they have a kit for this problem

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Where is the egr valve located on a 1999 acura tl


The EGR valve should be located on the upper intake manifold. Hope this helped and best wishes.

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The EGR valve is located on the left side (standing in front of and facing the car) to the rear of the engine about the 11 oclock position.

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The Dealership told me the 1996 models have an extended warranty up to 150,000 miles. It covers this problem.

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ive found that the EGR valve is a common cause of this... check with your local dealer

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