How Does an EGR Valve Work?

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The egr valve works by redirecting some of the exhaust back to combustion in order to redo the combustion process. This leads to a more complete burning and less noxious fumes. Environmentally efficient cars used egr valves to limit emission of carbon gases.
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You can clean an EGR valve after you remove it with a scratch awl. You can make sure there isn't any old gasket material left on it by scraping the valve with a plastic scraper. You
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1. Open the hood of the vehicle by pulling the trunk release inside the vehicle. Step out of the vehicle and insert your fingers underneath the partially open hood and pull the latch
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The first thing you do when replacing the egr valve is to unplug the wiring harness and all vacuum lines. You can now unbolt the egr valve from its mount. Clean any debris from around
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1 Locate your vehicle owner's manual and keep it handy; it will help when needing to buy replacement parts. Ad 2 Unscrew the car battery's negative terminal. 3 Locate the EGR valve.
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