Question about Toyota Pickup
If egr is new, check the power to the egr with a meter. You should get 12 volts to the egr.
They also do sell temp testing gauge kits at the part store.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
Hi, I remember you... If you don't want to replace the EGR itself, then what you do is eliminate it from the system. To do this: Remove the EGR Vavle asm. Then, make a solid gasket that you will insert between the EGR asm. and EGR mount. You are going to block off both the exhaust hole and the intake hole completly. You will have it all bolted together when done, but it will be eliminated as it will no longer allow exhaust gas to recirculate into the intake because of the blocking gasket you installed. And you will hook it up electrically as you did before you inserted the blocking gasket.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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