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Old 08-01-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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Egr valve and evr

Where is the evr and does anyone have a pic of the proper way the Egr evr vacuums hose and where they go. Also if I go Egr block off what do u do with the evr
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Old 08-01-2011, 10:40 PM   #2
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I think this is from a 94-95 5.0l.
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Old 08-02-2011, 04:50 AM   #3
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Thanks I have the diagram but I can't seem to find it in the engine department
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It should be mounted on the back side of the passenger strut tower.
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There you go, it wouldn't let me load the pic a minute ago.
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Thanks for the info but it's a 95 so i think it's different
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It's identical except your cap is probably black. It should still be mounted in the same spot.
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Old 08-02-2011, 03:54 PM   #8
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Not there there is no even wire to plug it into , I'm thinking it's under the fender and ahole who owned before me had no idea what the hell he was doing
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Re: Egr valve and evr

Here are a couple of diagrams that may help.
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Not there there is no even wire to plug it into , I'm thinking it's under the fender and ahole who owned before me had no idea what the hell he was doing
From what I've read some cars did have them under the rh fender. Just pull the fender skirt off and take a peek. My buddies 95 gt has his in the same location as mine.
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All the stuff from the strut tower is gone I telling you he was like egor from Frankenstein just kept cutting and thank
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All the stuff from the strut tower is gone I telling you he was like egor from Frankenstein just kept cutting and thank
I feel ya on that. I spent most of my money on missing parts just get mine running right. A lot of spliced wires from the plugs that were cut. Now I'm working on deleting most of it again.
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I would upload some pics but I don't know how
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If your on your phone whenever you go to reply click on attachments to upload a photo.
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Well I found it it's under the fender and there is a red and green tubes that run in to the engine dept but there cut and I have no idea where the vacuum should come from I'm guess where the idiot had the egr plugged right into
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Well I found it it's under the fender and there is a red and green tubes that run in to the engine dept but there cut and I have no idea where the vacuum should come from I'm guess where the idiot had the egr plugged right into
I posted a vacuum diagram for you a few posts up from here.
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Old 08-03-2011, 03:24 PM   #17
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Well on track now the idiot when he removed the ac he pulled all the vacuum hoses off it appears the vacuum off the back ofthe manifold feed the eve and ac which he did not know so I need to get some small hoses to reroute or just do the egr blockoff which I already ordered the plate and used my old sensor now since the car has no cats I don't need the air pump and stuff from what I can tell right guys
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If your talking about the smog pump then no, you don't need it.
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Well all that stuff and the ac are getting pulled out tonight
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