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Check engine still comes on afer new egr was put on

I put a brand new egr on and the light came back on with the same code that says it is bad.

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  • paula_chambe Sep 03, 2009

    yes I have done both and it still comes on

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Did you reset the code system? The error code does not reset itself.

1. AutoZone can reset it for you (free).
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2. You can disconnect the negative cable from your battery for 10 minutes, it will reset the code.

3. The error will go away (for good, we hope).

Hope this helps!

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