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Old 03-30-2005, 23:23   #1 (permalink)
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99 EGR problem.

I just recently replace an EGR valve on a 99 3.0 Ranger showing a code for low EGR flow. I cleared the code after replacing the EGR, and test drove the truck. About a day later the check engine light came back on. Again, it showed a low flow EGR code. I was wondering if their could possibly be something clogged in the intake, or the steel line going to the EGR causing this problem. The valve is an OE Ford part. The vacum line going to the EGR looks good, and has no leaks from what I can tell.(by visual inspection) I was hoping someone might have an idea on what the problem could be. Thanks.
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Re: 99 EGR problem.

could you help me out? i was wondering what the color code for the last 02 censor. my truck ripped the wiring harness off and Ford won't fix it for less than $1300. if you could reply to this i really need a picture of one so i can hardwire it. any info would be very appreciated.
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