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2002 Ford Explorer 4.0L V-6

The EGR valve isn't getting the vaccum required to operate the valve.  Check engine light is on. 


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Do you have a code for egr? if you do follow the hose all the way to the egr solenoid and meke sure the othe hose atached to the solenoid has vacium, the egr only gets vacium when the computer triger it but not all tyhe time

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