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Can't find good pictures of EGR valve on 1993 crown vic. Anybody have one ????

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the positions of the EGR are close, but they are 2 different units. Look on the back of the upper plenum. You will either see a round aluminum item with an orange/red plunger in it that bolts to the 90 degree elbow, or you will see a plate that bolts to the upper plenum itself. The round aluminum one is the EGR Valve for that model. If it has the plate bolted directly to the plenum, that will be the backpressure transducer.

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It unbolts from the throttle body and the pipe is screwed into it. But are you sure you need one. They rarely go bad. Usually if you have a check engine light on for the egr valve it is because of a bad DPFE sensor or a plugged passage in the throttle body.

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