Re: 95 explorer eb
I'll say it again..... it is EXTREMELY RARE to have to replace one of these
valves. I'm not saying that I'm dounting your mechanic but... it woul be
nice to know what code your mechanic is retrieving (P0401 is the single,
most common code retrieved from delta pressure feedback EGR systems). The
description for P0401 is "insufficient flow" but running symptoms indicate
way too much flow. Your tech will not be the first one bitten by
I don't think a special tool is required for tube removal... but I can't be
sure because I've never had to change one of these EGR valves.
If the code that is being retrieved and the test steps performed are a
national secret, I'll back off.... right now, I'm just trying to keep
someone from spending money in a fashion I see, at the outset, as needless.
"rdome43417" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I had it on the computer and the mechanic said it was the egr valve. It is
> a 4.0L. I can get the 2 bolts loose but not the tube. Do you need a
> special tool for that?