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Is there a way to remove a egr valve or do you need a special tool to do it?
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Is there a way to remove a egr valve or do you need a special tool to do it?
Remove the 2 bolts turn it so the 2 bolt holes are easy to get to run some wire around them with a long loop then use a bar coming off the top of the alternator and pull up
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^^^^^And he means "pull up" !!!!
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I tried that method some time back, mine was really stuck. I needed a 150 ton overhead crane to lift it out of the intake manifold. I never did get it out.

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I used a come a long attached to the garage ceiling. That little sucker was really in there
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Good lord, you needed a come a long to pull the EGR valve?!!????

Mine came out with just a lil persuasion with a flat head screw driver.


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I simply wiggled it loose, used a ladies foot prybar on both sides, popped right out, you shouldn't need a come-a-long or overhead crane! LOL

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