Question about Toyota Paseo
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O2 sensor is always on the exhaust system. Sometimes on the exhaust manifold and sometimes right below it. Sometimes it is tacked on right before the catalytic converter which looks like a muffler but is closer to the engine. Now days some cars have O2 sensors before and after the Catalytic converter. EGR valve hooks the exhaust into the intake The egr valve is usually mounted to the intake but in some it is mounted to the block and has a metal tube that goes up to the intake. It is a pain to replace. usually it is carboned up and you have to pull the whole intake manifold to get decent access to the valve. Look for it where you cant hardly reach it. under the intake manifold near the end.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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