Question about 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier
The temp gauge is for the water/coolant temperature - most likely it's sticking thermostat -- if you do it yourself it's fairly cheap ($10-15 for the thermostat plus the coolant) just make sure to follow local guidelines for disposal of any coolant
I'm not sure if it would effect the EGR or not, but it's possible. Also, unless the scan results were specific enough to rule it out, most emissions issues are with the O2 sensors
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