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Old 07-21-2008, 07:56 PM
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2004 E350 EGR valve

Can anyone tell me if the EGR valve is in the same location on the 6.0 E series motor as it is on the F series 6.0. Thanks in advance
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Old 07-22-2008, 12:19 PM
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Old 07-23-2008, 12:41 PM
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anybody, any ideas before I start trying to take parts off the front of this thing to find out?
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Van is now spitting,sputtering and blowing black smoke (no tuner ha ha) had an emissions recall performed about 6 months ago. Think egr was changed but not sure. I'm thinking it needs cleaning anybody got any other ideas? Changed fuel filters last week when this started.
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Yes, the EGR valve is in the exact same location on E-series applications, as they are on F-series. FYI, 2004 being the first year for the 6.0L in E-series was also the WORST. If 05S34 has already been done, check the wiring to the ICP sensor on the passenger side valve cover. I have come across more than my share of vehicles coming in for sputtering or stalling issues, caused by poorly carried out wiring connections made to the various sensors under that program.
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thanks for that bit of info. I haven't had a chance to check anything yet but haven't had any problems last couple of weeks
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