Question about 2001 Ford Escape
I will try to help. Has the "check engine light" come on at all? There are 2 main reasons for a hole. Too much heat from not opening or excessive manifold pressure. Do you get backfires?
What I can suggest is to replace the EGR and connect a "T" fitting to the vacuum line and temporarily run a vacuum gauge to the interior. Then you can monitor if the EGR is even getting a vacuum signal.
If it destroys yet another EGR there must be a burn through inside the manifold and you will need another manifold.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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