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Where is the EGR valve located on a 2005 chrysler 300 touring. It comes with one gasket, do I need any others? Do I need to disconnect battery before replacing? Is there a gasket sealer I need to put on?

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I saw on another forum...that it is on the rear of the motor on the passenger side. It also stated that it is easy to replace. I haven't looked yet.

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