Re: Explorer V8 EGR valve replacement
Yes, you're correct - I assumed that the valve would be the same regardless
of engine. I'm surprised that it is different. I've replaced EGR valves on
my cars starting with a '78 Chevy that I bought new, and they've all been
essentially the same - two bolts at the base, and a vac line to the
diaphragm. Not all have had a pipe, tho.
Sorry I can't be more helpful!
"Dave Horoschak" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Yes - that's the same one I have. That section only covers the V6. The
> whole EGR system on the V8 that I have is considerably different.
> - Dave
> Kevin D wrote:
>> Dave, which Haynes manual do you have? I have the1991 thru 2000 model
>> year manual. On page 6-26 is a pretty detailed procedure for R&R of the
>> You only need to remove 2 bolts, a vacuum hose and the pipe retaining
>> nut. You might need to tap on the valve to break it loose. Once it's
>> out, remove the old gasket material. If the mounting flange is dirty,
>> clean it with some fine steel wool.
>> Use a new gasket (should come with the new valve). Replace the bolts,
>> vac hose and pipe, tighten everything up, and you're done.
>> Good luck,
>> "Dave Horoschak" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>Does anyone know where I can find the instructions for replacing the EGR
>>>valve in a 96 Explorer V8? None of the typical manuals (Chiltons,
>>>Haynes) cover the V8 in enough detail for this to be included.
>>> - Dave