Question about 1994 Suzuki Samurai
Find the EGR valve on the intake plenum/manifold. There will be a vacuum hose connected to the EGR. Start the engine cold and as it warms up and when it is about to die, pull off the vacuum hose. If it dies before you can pull the hose off, pull it off and try to start the engine. If the engine idles at the normal rpm you will need to replace the EGR valve. The best way to give you a description of the EGR would be to search on the internet for the image and location so you can identify it. If the sam \e problem exists after you remove the vacuum hose, please let me know and I will assist you further. Once the engine dies and then will not restart, do you have to wait for the engine to cool down before it will start again?
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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