Question about 2001 Saturn L-Series
EGR Valve is on the intake manifold on the right side rear by the shock tower. It's round, has a base similar to a diamond shape, and has a steel tube leading up to it's base area on the back of the rear intake manifold. You can take it off and clean it out with throttle body cleaner, and clean the tube, but I've never seen one plugged. If it's indeed bad then I'd replace it and get a new gasket. If you're not sure how to check it then you should reask and clarify that.
BTW... just because there's a code doesn't mean the valve is broken. Could be an electrical issue. Again, check and clarify please.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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