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Old 07-25-2008, 01:58 PM
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EGR Question

Ok i'm trying to take out the egr valve and clean it ..... there's only one question how did you guys get yours out!
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Thumbs up egr

do you see the two 10mm bolts?take them out and get small screwdriver and pry under the ear of egr,then twist out
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To be honest, cleaning the valve isn't going to do very much for you. Because as soon as you put that sucker back in there and fire that motor up it will be dirty again. Cleaning the egr valve is a temporary fix.
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To be honest, cleaning the valve isn't going to do very much for you. Because as soon as you put that sucker back in there and fire that motor up it will be dirty again. Cleaning the egr valve is a temporary fix.
I understand that ..... it's just a matter of time till all the EGR stuff is gone anyways
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do you see the two 10mm bolts?take them out and get small screwdriver and pry under the ear of egr,then twist out
Yeah i got those out i'll try what you said to do ...... thanx
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I understand that ..... it's just a matter of time till all the EGR stuff is gone anyways
Gotcha. I'm in the same process right now.
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