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My out of town son-in-law recently rebuilt the engine on my '95 Jeep Grand Cherokee (V-8). After a few hundred miles the car began running rough. Took it to local mechanic and he said it needed an EGR valve. --After checking further, mechanic determined the vacuum hoses to the EGR valve were installed backward. He corrected the "backward" hoses and said all was well. However, the car still "hesitates." - I purchased an EGR valve and I wonder if I can replace only the "round part" where the hoses attach, or must I replace the entire bolt-on assembly? To replace the entire assembly, are there any "tricks" I need to know? Thanks so much.

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No you can't just replace the round part you have to replace the entire assembly and there is no trick to replacing it, It's really an easy job.

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