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Old 03-08-2011, 05:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I had a new EGR valve for a 1997 Geo tracker 1.6 engine, and put it on a 1987samurai 1.3 Engine. Now my engine will not run right. Is there a difference in these two valves. I know they do not have the same part number.
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are you sure the rest of the egr system is hooked up correctly? (EGR modulator, egr VSV, bi-metal vacuum switch, all the hoses that go to all of those components) My modulator was bad and it made the rig run super lean. Failed my smog as a gross poluter. Replaced that one part and It's running clean as a whistle.
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Well Just call me a dumb [email protected]@.I did not put the PVC hose back on.
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Well Just call me a dumb [email protected]@.I did not put the PVC hose back on.
Rockauto lists different part numbers for the referenced vehicles, but if it works ,it works.
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ok wolf.. that's like THE biggest most visable vacuum hose under the hood!

well at least you didn't do something like leave a torque wrench sitting on top of the carb when you cosed your hood. (i've NEVER done that before...)

The important thing is that YOU found the problem before someone else did.
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