EGR Vacuum Solenoid?

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A person can test an EGR vacuum solenoid by disconnecting the tube connected to the EGR valve. The vacuum pump should be connected to the nipple of the valve. The vacuum pump needs to be pumped about 5 to 6 inches.
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How an EGR Vacuum Solenoid Works
The EGR is an exhaust gas recirculation device used for the purpose of lowering emissions. The purpose of the EGR is to allow a certain amount of exhaust to return and be mixed with the incoming fuel into the cylinders at cruising speed. This helps to... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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