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Old 09-23-2012, 05:50   #1 (permalink)
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EGR valve clean...

k...egr code is up. flow is low it says. changing EGR looks fairly easy. but can we clean ENOUGH without taking throttle body elbow off. what exactly gets cloged/dirty besides elbow ports and egr. those aluminum tubes/lines are only air or that black stuff in it as well....? asking to see if anyone has replaced there egr and surrounding parts....txs all...!!
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Re: EGR valve clean...

If you haven't bought the EGR, yet, check vacuum. Low vacuum will also throw an EGR code (an potentially a few others) which is commonly due to a leak.
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