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The EGR valve remains closed until the engine is warm and is operating under load. As the load increases and combustion temperatures start to rise, the EGR valve opens and starts to leak exhaust back into the intake manifold.

This has a quenching effect that lowers combustion temperatures and reduces the formation of NOx. These include increasing camshaft valve overlap, redesigning the combustion chamber and modifying ignition advance curves.

Three-way catalytic converters also reduce NOx in the exhaust. If the EGR system is rendered inoperative because it was disconnected or tampered with, the cooling effect that was formerly provided by the EGR system will be lost.

Without EGR, the engine will often knock and ping detonate when accelerating or lugging the engine. This can cause engine damage over time.

There are six different types of EGR valves: Ported EGR valves to s. The typical ported vacuum EGR valve consists of a vacuum diaphragm connected to a poppet or tapered stem flow control valve.

The EGR valve itself is usually mounted either on a spacer under the carburetor or on the intake manifold. A small pipe from the exhaust manifold or an internal crossover passage in the cylinder head and intake manifold routes exhaust to the valve.

When vacuum is applied to the EGR valve, it opens. This allows intake vacuum to suck exhaust into the engine. To prevent the EGR valve from opening when the engine is cold, the vacuum line to the EGR valve may be connected to a parted vacuum switch or a computer-controlled solenoid.

Vacuum is not allowed to pass to the valve until the engine is warm. EGR isn't needed when the engine is cold, only when it is warm and under load.

Backpressure EGR valves use exhaust backpressure to vary the point at which they open and their flow rates. On GM cars, they are identified by the last letter on the part number on top of the valve.

A letter "P" indicates a positive backpressure valve, and a letter "N" indicates a negative backpressure valve.

Inside a backpressure EGR valve is a second diaphragm that reacts to backpressure in the exhaust system. The backpressure diaphragm opens and closes a small bleed hole in the main EGR vacuum circuit or diaphragm chamber.

Opening the bleed hole reduces vacuum to the main diaphragm and prevents the valve from opening fully. Closing the bleed hole allows full vacuum to reach the main diaphragm so the valve can open wide and allow maximum EGR flow.

This reduces backpressure somewhat, allowing the backpressure diaphragm to bleed off some control vacuum. The EGR valve begins to close and exhaust pressure rises again.

The EGR valve oscillates open and closed with changing exhaust pressure to maintain a sort of balanced flow. The negative backpressure type of EGR valve reacts in the same way, except that it reacts to negative or decreasing pressure changes in the exhaust system to regulate EGR action.

A drop in backpressure occurs when there is less load on the engine. This causes the backpressure diaphragm to open a bleed hole and reduce EGR flow.

It's the same principle as with the positive type except that the control function occurs when backpressure goes down instead of up.

The engine must be relatively warm before it can handle EGR. If an engine runs rough or stumbles when cold, it may indicate a defective TVS that is allowing EGR too soon after starting.

The symptom here would be excessive NOx emissions and possible pinging or detonation. This creates a variable vacuum signal that can regulate EGR operation very closely.

The amount of "on" time versus "off" time for the EGR solenoid ranges from 0 to percent, and the average amount of "on" time versus "off" time at any given instant determines how much EGR flow occurs.

Digital electronic EGR valves late s to s. On some applications, a "digital" EGR valve is used. This type of valve also uses vacuum to open the valve but regulates EGR flow according to computer control.

The digital EGR valve has three metering orifices that are opened and closed by solenoids. By opening various combinations of these three solenoids, different flow rates can be achieved to match EGR to the engine's requirements.

The solenoids are normally closed, and open only when the computer completes the ground to each. This type uses a small computer-controlled stepper motor to open and close the EGR valve instead of vacuum.

The advantage of this approach is that the EGR valve operates totally independent of engine vacuum. It is electrically operated and can be opened in various increments depending on what the engine control module determines the engine needs at any given moment in time.

GM started using this type of valve on many of its engines in The EVP sensor also helps with self-diagnostics because the computer looks for an indication of movement from the sensor when the it commands the EGR valve to open or close.

The sensor works like a throttle position sensor and changes resistance. The voltage signal typically varies from 0.

By changing the point at which the exhaust valves close when the engine is working hard under load, a small amount of exhaust gas can be retained in the cylinders for the next combustion cycle.

This has the same effect on reducing combustion temperatures and NOx as recirculating exhaust gas from an exhaust port back into the intake manifold through an EGR valve.

The big difference is that the VVT system can react to changing engine loads much more quickly and precisely than a traditional EGR valve.

Pinging spark knock or detonation because the EGR system is not working, the exhaust port is plugged up with carbon, or the EGR valve has been disabled.

Rough idle or misfiring because the EGR valve is not closing and is leaking exhaust into the intake manifold. Hard starting because the EGR valve is not closing and is creating a vacuum leak into the intake manifold.

Find out what kind of EGR valve is on the vehicle so you can use the appropriate test procedure. Examine the valve or refer to a service manual.

On some vehicles, you may find this information on the underhood emissions decal. Also, find out what kind of vacuum controls are used in the vacuum plumbing.

Does it have a ported vacuum switch or a solenoid? Follow the vacuum connections from the valve, refer to a service manual or the underhood emissions decal for vacuum hose routing information.

There are several ways to troubleshoot an EGR system. You can follow the EGR troubleshooting procedure that's listed in a service manual for the engine.

On late model computer controlled engines, there may be trouble codes that relate to the EGR system.

On such an application, the first step would be to read out the code or codes using a scan tool or code reader.

Have you checked for DTC trouble codes with the scanner? I have a GMC C 5. On startup it seems to work fine, but a few miles down the road if I have to stop it will die.

The only way to restart is to hold the gas pedal to the floor and crank it. Once it does start it will rough idle and die even if I am reving it to rpm.

Once it thoroughly heats up it seems to run ok. I found the elbow on the nipple at the base of the carb was split. It is the connector from the pcv valve.

I replace id and put in a new pcv valve. It ran ok for a couple of days, but has started doing the same thing again. Could it be the egr valve?

I forgot to add that it runs the same if the moter is cold or hot if that makes a difference when it comes to the egr. I have a 95 chevy with a 5.

Ive changed plugs and plug wires, fuel filter, disturber cap, and roter button, the temperature sensor, and i think it was a map sensor i changed also and it still dont want to idle or take gas right at low speeds.

If i stop at a stop light it will plum die out if i dont hold the brake and give it a lil gas at the same time. Im going to change the egr valve and egr solenoid tomorrow.

Whats the chances of this fixing my truck?? It seems there's something wrong with the electrical system in the EGR system.

You want to check that first. There may be other problems for the low power, perhaps in the ignition system no spark or the fuel system.

The odor may be fuel. Hi Dan , I have a Chevy Blazer when I drive it doesn't want to pick up speed , didn't even pass 40 miles now not even 25 when I parked Last time it had an odor , my niece put the reader thing it said P do you think is really the egr???

Thank you Dan for your answer, In fact, the fuel filter was so dirty, but I replaced it three weeks ago. I scanned the comptuer memory and it indicated a faulty MAP sensor.

The Check Engine warning light sometimes on and sometimes off. The engine loses power at around rpm when I slowly accelerate.

But when I accelerate fast it doen't lose power. The engine recovers its power below the rpm or above it around the rpm.

It doesn't make any abnormal smoke or noise. I cleaned the MAP sensor again but nothing changes. I'll check the catalytic converter and the vacuum line for any leak.

I was tempted to say a clogging fuel filter but you said the engine is running good otherwise. Other possibilities are a weak fuel pump, leaking vacuum line, or a clogged catalytic converter, bad ignition timing.

Have you scan the computer memory for trouble codes? Check first for vacuum leaks. Still, when was the last time you replaced the fuel filter?

Thank you for the article. I notice this when running on the 1st and the second gear. I cleaned the MAP sensor and the problem seemed to disappear for a few miles but the same symptoms apeared again.

I tried another used MAP sensor but the engine shows the same symptoms. As for the idle there is nothing to complain about.

There is no smoke. The enginge is in mint conditions. I have a mitzubishi the last 2 days my car will shut off completely when at a complete stop.

I have to hold the break and gas pedal the whole ride so the RPMs won't drop below 1. I've know the egr valuve in the car is bad but could that be the reason for it shutting off my car when at a complete stop?

I JUST got it out the shop last week and had a few things done to it already. And it's just draining me and idk what to do.

I had the chrank shaft sensor, all spark plugs and wires changed, the water pump and pull system with a brand new timing chain. Also the alternator changed a couple months ago.

So everything is basically new besides my EGR valuve. I also scanned it again and no codes are coming up.

The engine is probably leaking oil into the cylinders, that's why the black smoke. Maybe this explains why the engine lacks power. Do a compression test to see what is the mechanical condition of the engine.

A vacuum test might help too. I had ford figo model and car gives back smoke and speed is not increasing above 80 while giving full accerlater and gives a lot of smoke and i also found the air filter getting black help me to solve the problem.

If the emission contains coolant and some oil in the mix, there may be a problem in the cylinder block or head. Possibly a crack, blown head gasket or a mix of problems.

Do a vacuum and compression test to get a more accurate diagnosis before you begin any disassembly. You'll save a lot of time and money.

If you are testing the valve, for example, and you apply vacuum to it, it should open rise. Without vacuum, it is normally closed. I have a ford expedition with a 5.

Check the EGR system, there may be problems with the sensor, carbon buildup underneath the valve or tubing, or the valve itself may be faulty. Throttle body is clear put vacume on her valve very little change getting a p code need help what can it be.

If you haven't seen a puddle of oil on the ground, it's possible you may have a blown head gasket or cracked block or cylinder head.

What would suck the oil out of the oil pan? Put in a qt of oil. The next day not a drop of oil in the pan. You may have a problem in one of the sensors for the emission control.

I have a ford 4. It's possible a cat is clogged. Check with a vacuum gauge. If the exhuast is clogges, also check a potential bad ignition coil s causing unburned fuel go to the exhaust.

Yes what could cause and egr valve yo blow a hole in the elbow of it, I put a new one on it and as soon as I got it to 3ooo rpm it did the exact same thing Glad to know you found the fault.

At K it sounds like a good decisions to keep costs down. With a little bit of maintenance you might get another K out of it.

After years of putting up with a loud sound coming from my engine and never being able to isolate the sound, it may have been caused by a failing EGR valve.

I dismissed the EGR valve as a symptom because I was no longer getting a check code. Then suddenly, I start getting EGR codes and the sound is gone.

Whether or not that makes sense, I am going to price and replace the EGR valve. With the engine having over thousand miles on it, I am not that opposed to shotgunning parts, especially if the part is not too expensive, and it's not.

Just ordered one on Ebay for 29 bucks. Check the EGR system. Did you see any buildup inside the intake ports. Clear out passages with carb cleaner.

Then clear the computer codes. See if that help. I have a Honda passport throwing a bad egr code I replaced my MAF and my engine codes still come up after clearing on p and p could someone help please Iam at a lose.

It's possible there be some carbon left around the valve itself or the passages to the intake, possibly interfereing withe valve proper operation.

Another possibility is that the valve itself is faulty or damaged due to the buildup or during the cleaning procedure.

Be very careful when cleaning the valve, the diaphragm and electronic componnents if any are very sensitive. Don't let any chemicals reach thsese components.

Usually when the EMS flashes the MIL is becauses it "thinks" a misifire is being detected and sever enough to increase emissions beyond permissible limits.

Wondering if you can advise. My car will start and drive but the engine management light will flash. Once I stop and restart the car the management light will stop.

I would guess this would be an EGR valve problem but im hoping you can advise. I doubt a bad EGR valve can cause a no-start.

You may have a problem in the starting, fuel or ignition system. The check engine light is blinking because is warning you that a fault in the engine may cause serious damage to the catalytic converter.

You may have too much unburned fuel going through the exhaust system or possibly oil. That's why the smoke you see. You need to look into the issue as soon as possible before it turns into a very expensive repair.

My 98 Volvo v70 is smoking under the engine and the check engine light is blinking. Also seems to have a rough time going above 30 mph but the roughness goes away once I get above It seems the go into limp mode when it's in the 30s.

Does this sound like egr valve issues? It sounds more like you got a fuel system issue. Have you checked the fuel pressure regulator, pobbily a bad pump?

Try to get the DTC trouble codes from the computer and see what you got. This situation repeats itself--I lose all power, then seconds later it comes back, then power loss again.

A bad egr is not likely to cause a fault in the TPS but the sensor can prevent shifting. I've just changed the egr valve on my mk7 transit and it's caused the plastic oil filter housing to crack twice.

Check to see if any vacuum hoses or connection was not properly replaced, or some screws left a little loose. I have a Hyundai Santa fe diesel.

First it was stalling intermittently especially when slowing down or stopping. Mechanic replaced cam shaft sensors and serviced EGR. But it now seems to hesitate on acceleration it feels like its choking a bit when you start to accelerate.

I have a '06 Mazda Speed6 with , Kim's. When I put the peddle down, I hear a slight whistling sound like a hole in the muffler.

All other components in my car are fine. What do you think the issue is with the loss of power and whistling air sound? I have a Mazda millennia and it won't start it has fuel pressure and spark and won't start even with starting fluid any idels.

If the dies soon after it starts, check the fuel system, does you have enough fuel pressure, when was the last time you changed the fuel filter, do you check that all vacuum lines are properly connected and in good condition.

Start with the basics, and scan the comoputer memory for trouble codes. A TC may give you a good direction at what the problem might be.

You may have a problem with one or more sensors camshaf or crankshaft problems? Have you checked for trouble codes scan the computer memory. You may have a problem in the fuel system.

Sometimes it's some thing as simple as a clogging fuel filter that is not allowing enough fuel flow to reach the engine when demand increases.

Go to an auto parts store to have the computer scanned. They'll do it for free. It doesn't seem to be EGR related if it is happening in some degree when cold or hot.

It seems have an issue with a sensor that is affecting the fuel system coolant temp sensor, TPS, etc or a problem in the fuel system itself.

Have you tried scanning for codes, this might point you in the right direction. Currently having a problem with my 1. Most obvious when the engine is cold.

A good example would be when I'm pulling out on a roundabout and I'm really having to push down on the throttle to get a response from the car.

Another symptom I'm having is that sometimes when braking hard for instance approaching traffic lights the revs will drop and fluctuate, sometimes causing the engine to cut out completely.

The issues seem to be heightened during DPF regenerations which are happening on an almost weekly basis lately.

Do you think the problems I'm having could be related to the EGR valve? Yes, you may have an intermittent problem with the EGR valve, probably not opening as it should, or carbon deposits blocking the passages.

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You'll notice one or more of the following symptoms: A rough idle upon starting the engine that is, when the engine is cold and sometimes at a stop light or while looking for a spot in a parking lot that is, at low engine speeds in a warmed-up engine.

Stalling when the engine idles. Increase in fuel consumption. A slight—or strong—fuel odor while operating the vehicle, because of the increase in hydrocarbons leaving the tailpipe see the next symptom.

Your car fails the emissions test. When the engine is running at low RPM, lower temperatures in the combustion chambers prevent all the fuel from burning, so the flow of unburned hydrocarbon gases coming out of the tailpipe increases significantly.

A pinging or tapping noise coming from the engine at low RPM at speeds higher than idle. The noise is the sound of early ignition of the fuel when it meets high temperatures.

A second ignition can happen after the normal ignition, and the two can combine with enough power to cause engine damage.

Your car fails the emission test. High temperatures in the combustion chamber allow the excessive formation of oxides of nitrogen, which are released through the tailpipe.

To make things even more complicated, the same engine performance problems that indicate a bad EGR valve can also indicate problems in other parts of the system: Processing Exhaust Gases The outside air picked up through the engine's intake manifold contains close to 80 percent nitrogen and 20 percent oxygen, along with small amounts of other elements.

After you shut off the engine, the EGR valve closes and remains in that position. On older vehicle models, you'll recognize the EGR valve as a round, thick metal disc about three inches in diameter, usually towards the top of the engine and on the side.

On these older models, a small-diameter vacuum hose operates a basic EGR valve. The hose connects the top of the valve to the throttle body or carburetor.

The valve's metal disk houses a vacuum diaphragm, spring, and plunger. Later models come equipped with electronic-vacuum EGR valves inside a small block or cylinder.

The valve works the same way as in older models, except that an electronic EGR position sensor communicates with the car's computer for better control.

You may see electric solenoids connected through vacuum lines to the valve as well. Newer vehicle models use electronic EGR systems that may include additional components, even a digital valve that eliminates the need for vacuum control altogether.

A more radical design, implemented in a few models, was the replacement of the valve with EGR jets at the bottom of the intake manifold.

Questions must be on-topic, written with proper grammar usage, and understandable to a wide audience. Why is there a recirculation of exhaust gases in a car?

Could a bad EGR valve make the car run rougher than normal in a heavy downpour? The problem could be in the It sounds more like a There could be an If I have a bad EGR valve, will it throw a code for a misfire in cylinder number 2?

Can an EGR valve pressure sensor stop your car from shifting out? I hear a sucking noise in my car engine. What does this mean?

Maybe this post can help: It seems like pressure Yes, it is possible. Just make sure not to damage the diaphragm. Also, check the fuel system.

It can be done with a blocker My car's def indicator turns on and off. What do I do? There could be a problem with the pump. There could be several Check the fuel pressure and I have a 96 Honda Civic bucks and it slips while trying to take off?

This post may help: If the fuel rail on your engine has a fuel shut-off, check that one too. It is possible, but other Why is my car making a whining noise after I changed the EGR?

Why would cold temperature not allow a starter to work? Not using the correct oil for the climate in your area can also affect your starter. You might want to check this post: Probably this post can help you: Hi michael, Start by checking those components indicated in the DTCs -- also, this other post might help as well.

This post may help https: Hi Dan stated I have a Toyota Vista D4 it idles rough and stalls on red lights,parking lots,or Speed Bumps when engine warms up,I changed the fuel pump and there is little improvement ,this happens when I let go the accelerator and slow down ,the stated RPM on idle as per manufacturer is but it drops down to and then stalls.

If there's more carbon inside, you may want to try Seafoam or water - check out this video https: Hi Nathan There'll be performance issues but if the valve sticks open, the engine might overheat.

Check the plug wires and the ignition coil. Make sure there's voltage going through. Hi HS, First get the trouble code, you may need to check the circuit, or a solenoid in the system, before replacing the valve.

Hi Declan Usually is better to clear the code, otherwise it'll take longer for the computer to clear and make the necessary adjustments.

Hi LN That might create a small leak. Hi Rgorke, While it's possible there's a vacuum leak or EGR problems, there are other common faults that can cause a lean mixture: Hi Travis, the codes seem to point to specific cylinders 1,6.

Hi Ryan, There could be many reasons why the engine loses power. So my questions - 1. Do you think the EGR valve is the issue? Any help much appreciated.

Hi JF, It seems it has a restriction but hard to tell. That could also give you some clues, even if the engine light is not on. Hi Farouk, I was tempted to say a clogging fuel filter but you said the engine is running good otherwise.

Hi, Thank you for the article. I still suspect the MAP sensor not being properly cleaned or faulty. What do you think Den?

What could be the real problem? Hi yasir, The engine is probably leaking oil into the cylinders, that's why the black smoke.

Hi Peter If the emission contains coolant and some oil in the mix, there may be a problem in the cylinder block or head.

Hi Albert, If you are testing the valve, for example, and you apply vacuum to it, it should open rise. When compressing the valve on a egr is it supposed to stay in or come back out.

Hi Khary There may be several reasons for this. Check this article for some info: Hi JM, Check the EGR system, there may be problems with the sensor, carbon buildup underneath the valve or tubing, or the valve itself may be faulty.

Hi Sharon If you haven't seen a puddle of oil on the ground, it's possible you may have a blown head gasket or cracked block or cylinder head. Is there black smoke coming out of the tail Have a compression or vacuum test done on the engine.

Hi Roy, It seems the engine is running rich, or one or more valves aren't closing on time. Check the fuel system -possibly a bad fuel pressure regulator or leaky fuel injector.

Hi Tim, It's possible a cat is clogged. Hi FB, Glad to know you found the fault. Hi Jody Look around the top left middle of the engine.

Hi MT, Check for air leaks around the air cleaner system, other potential issues: Hi Simon, It's possible there be some carbon left around the valve itself or the passages to the intake, possibly interfereing withe valve proper operation.

Hi Kyle, Usually when the EMS flashes the MIL is becauses it "thinks" a misifire is being detected and sever enough to increase emissions beyond permissible limits.

Check for OBD codes, and also, if necesary check the ignition system. Other possible causes for this: Hi there, Wondering if you can advise. Hi Olivia, The check engine light is blinking because is warning you that a fault in the engine may cause serious damage to the catalytic converter.

Hello Dan, My 98 Volvo v70 is smoking under the engine and the check engine light is blinking. Hi Brian, It sounds more like you got a fuel system issue.

Can a bad egr trigger a bad throttle position sensor and make the car not shift? Hi Scott Check to see if any vacuum hoses or connection was not properly replaced, or some screws left a little loose.

Hi Dan I have a Hyundai Santa fe diesel. Hi AE, Have you checked the vacuum hoses. It seems something didn't get properly connected.

Hi Ben If the dies soon after it starts, check the fuel system, does you have enough fuel pressure, when was the last time you changed the fuel filter, do you check that all vacuum lines are properly connected and in good condition.

Hi Dab My car starts but cannot idle and the plugs do not fire up. If the EGR valve is faulty would it make a loud noise when driving Hi Tch, Have you checked for trouble codes scan the computer memory.

Very helpful guide thanks Dan. Hi Lynn, Yes, you may have an intermittent problem with the EGR valve, probably not opening as it should, or carbon deposits blocking the passages.

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What is your opinion? So it's better not to block it. Performance wise, common bad sensor symptoms show up as engine hesitation, loss of power or even rough idle.

The car is idling at to rpm. Could the EGR cause this problem? The EGR gasket may leak. If there are no other symptoms, the source could be somewhere else.

Get the codes from the ECM first. The idle air control valve is another possibility. This one is easy to remove and check.

Check all vacuum hoses with a piece of hose to listen for noises around the engine. I have a Dodge Caliber 2. It is running at about kph, and suddenly lost engine power with no boost.

Could it be an EGR fault? Can I test an EGR valve by compressing the diaphragm and holding my finger where the vacuum line goes to see if it holds pressure?

I have an old car that I have done a lot of work to, and on my way home after a stop light, I hit a higher rpm to shift up a hill.

It hit about rpm, and it cut out, and had no throttle control. A few seconds later I had throttle control then it cut out again. Then like before it came back but it seemed like it didn't have as much power as it should.

Could that be a bad EGR valve? If your car has a throttle positon sensor, make sure the signal is increasing smoothly, if it skips it can have sometimes the same symptom.

Check the idle air control IAC valve for proper operation or carbon buildup. You'll need to remove it and do a visual inspection of the valve, as well as the ports.

My car lost all power and would not start with the turn of keys. The "EGR" warning light came on the dash--does that mean that my engine needs replacing?

It could be the valve itself or something in the circuit. Get the trouble code and see if it points to the valve. Even if the valve seems to be at fault, it's a good idea to test the valve.

Sometimes another related problem may make the ECU 'think' that the valve is at fault. Can a vehicle lose power if the EGR valve is bad? Can a bad EGR valve cause my vehicle to buck on acceleration and then stall out?

I have a Passat B6 1. The check engine light is on. I checked it on the reader and it says there is an EGR problem, so I changed it with another one.

I drove my car for km, then the light went on again. I changed it again, and the same thing happened. What should I do?

Check the definitions for the trouble codes; also, a common problem with EGR valves are the passages. If there's an obstruction problem, the CEL will keep coming on.

I have replaced the starter, alternator, fuel pump, spark plugs and wires on my Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it still won't start or it dies when it does.

What else should I do? Check the transmission fluid, level and quality - there could be some transmission problems.

I have a Isuzu Rodeo. Sometimes it won't start. A light tap or two on the ERG valve would solve the problem. That doesn't work anymore. Could the erg valve be bad?

I've tried taking it off and cleaning it. There could be a leak in the system. You might want to check the valve and the gasket. This post may help:.

The description for these codes point to the electrical circuit that connects the fuel pressure regulator to the car computer.

Check first for proper connections and corrosion, a leak on the pressure regulator or failing pump. I had the emission fixed on my VW Golf 1.

Could this still be from the original problem? Check the EGR gasket under the valve. It is probably a leak. Torque the bolts to specs.

Make sure the gasket is good though. I have changed the EGR three times, and again it is defective. This is the fourth time. The EGR is leaking from inside.

What are the possible causes? If there's no visible outside leak into the valve, you might want to contact the dealer and refer the issue to them.

Cold temperature affects battery operation. This is the most common reason, especially if the battery is old or not operating properly.

Make sure you have the right battery CCA - cold cranking amperage for your model. Check for clean and tight connections in the starting circuit, including the battery terminals.

I changed the plugs of my Ford f 5. The shift solenoid B and EGR vacuum regulator is wrong. Could one of these codes make the truck vibrate and run like I have bad plugs?

Usually, a bad shift solenoid can cause hard shifts, cause the truck jerk when shifting, or shift erratically.

Often, a bad EGR vacuum regulator can affect power and increase emissions. I have a Buick LeSabre 3. It can also be hard to start like it's not getting gas, but once started it runs great.

Could this be the EGR valve? I have a diesel motorhome and found a hole in my dipstick tube. Oil is coming out of the hole towards the top.

Isn't the EGR valve supposed to prevent oil from coming up that tube, or can it only do so when running a certain amount? I did get a check engine light a while ago, but that was before the hole appeared on the tube.

Was the hole caused by rubbing? The EGR valve didn't cause the hole. The valve only allows a measured amount of exhaust gases through to the cylinders.

See if you can find any component near the dipstick tube that could've caused the hole. Otherwise, look for a clogged PCV system or bad lower compression rings that could increase blowby pressure in the crankcase as well.

I have a Audi A8L with an odd bank one and bank two lean code issue. When I am driving, the CEL trips. If I reset the code and drive on the highway or hundreds of miles continuously, the CEL remains off.

If I restart my car then drive it on surface streets, the CEL trips again. I also have occasional hot air blowing from the driver-side air vent when the AC is running; this usually happens when the engine is under load during acceleration.

Could both be part of an EGR issue? The EGR is part of the emission control system. Check and try to fix the issue related to the trouble code s first.

The AC issue seems more like a temperature door actuator problem. I own a Miata that has just started a rough idle after running for 3 to 4 minutes.

The car is ok under load and at highway speeds. What could it be? There could be a vacuum leak, but the IAC solenoid idle air control solenoid may be bad or filled with carbon deposits.

I have a Chevy It smells like gas at a stop light, and wants to stall. I have changed the spark plugs, spark plug wires, and fuel filter.

What else could I do? Check the fuel system pressure. The pressure regulator may be bad, or an injector could be leaking. When I'm about m above sea level, the car operates fine, but when I go to the coast, the car loses power as if the turbo stops working.

I have taken it for Diagnostics with Audi. They say the EGR valve needs to be replaced. Does this sound like the cause of the problem?

The EGR system does need to have a specific calibration to respond quickly to changes in demands to the pressure level in the intake system.

In this particular case, it's hard to tell if the EGR system is the one affected more by the difference in pressure, but certainly, it is possible.

Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Test the EGR valve and see if it's actually stuck open.

Probably this post can help you:. If there's noise while cranking, you might want to check the starter.

There could be a problem with the pinion meshing with the flywheel. Hi dan , hsve a gmc truck 5. Start by checking those components indicated in the DTCs -- also, this other post might help as well.

I have a Toyota Vista D4 it idles rough and stalls on red lights,parking lots,or Speed Bumps when engine warms up,I changed the fuel pump and there is little improvement ,this happens when I let go the accelerator and slow down ,the stated RPM on idle as per manufacturer is but it drops down to and then stalls.

Hi I've got blue smoke coming from my exhaust on my vivaro. I've had a new radiator, new cylinder head , new piston rings, cleaned egr valve out and dam is staying on constant.

It may cause stalling and rough idling; it is possible in some applications it can prevent you from starting the vehicle.

You might want to check it the valve itself or the ports are plugged. Hey mate 08 ranger egr sensor control valve bottom hose has snapped off wpuld this stop car starting at all.

The cleaner your mechanic is using is probably decarbonizing the combustion chambers, hence the smoke you see coming out.

If there's more carbon inside, you may want to try Seafoam or water - check out this video. EGR valves and passages tend to accumuate carbon and clogg passages, this may be the reason for the APF on the readout.

A common practice is to remove the valve and remove carbon manually. I have had the EGR tested. The van runs out of energy going uphill and seems to flatten out revs wise.

Upon resetting the computer, it runs fine for about 10 mins and then it reverts back to the same weakened performance. Mechanic put some cleaning fluid in it and a lot of smoke blew out.

I have since put in Diesel Injector Cleaner mechanic recommended and see how it goes. Recommended to pursue this form of treatment or not as accessing EGR is a real pain apparently and hence pretty expensive.

Hey,I have had a test done and it shows and all symptoms relate to the egr valve, what could happen if this was left un fixed?

One of the most common faults in an EGR system is carbon buildup. So you can make sure to change the spark plugs, spark plug wires as suggested by the manufacturer schedule.

Problems in the ignition and fuel system may also cause problems in the system. So keep an eye on them. It is an expensive job but Volvo factory paid for it as a warranty repair.

I used to lower engine rpm: First get the trouble code, you may need to check the circuit, or a solenoid in the system, before replacing the valve.

I had my EGR valve cleaned and the check engine light is on again, my fuel consumption has increased.

A CEL comes on for different reasons, improperly replacing an air duct after replacing the air filter can be another reason. Get first the trouble codes using a scan tool and see what the computer tells you and go from there.

Most auto parts store will now retrieve the codes without charge. Any thoughts about this thanks. Usually is better to clear the code, otherwise it'll take longer for the computer to clear and make the necessary adjustments.

I was wondering if i have to put it back on the computer to delete the fault after i've done it or will it be ok?

That might create a small leak. Have you had a chance to test it? If you have the repair manual, you might want to check the position sensor for the valve as well.

After I cleaned the dog crap out of it i noticed that when i turned the egr valve upside down the pintle fell in a little bit. That should not happen i take it.

The pintle should stay out at all times unless i press on it i take it. I am still getting the same code: While it's possible there's a vacuum leak or EGR problems, there are other common faults that can cause a lean mixture:.

Check for items affecting bank 2, injectors specially. If you have easy access to the EGR valve, you may want to inspect underneath - carbon deposits and gasket condition.

Could this be a clogged or non functioning EGR? Can the EGR be cleaned or in need of a new one? Also, Short term and long term fuel trims are in right range after car warms up.

Maybe a stuck open EGR can mess with fuel trims? Meaning can it mimic a vacuum leak? Have you checked the spark for those cylinders? Usually a faulty EGR valve won't cause misfires to specific cylinders.

There could be many reasons why the engine loses power. But the computer is good at detecting faults at the emissions systems EGR - try to get the troube codes with a scanner or take it to an auto parts store for this.

Some models are sensitive about non-OEM parts, so it is possible the new valve is the problem. You can check online for the recommended valve for your model - I recommend going to rock auto.

I have been trying to solve a misfire issue for a month now. A P, with an occasional P as well. It idles rough, around rpms, normally idles at around That idle can fluctuate after being on for while and decrease.

The misfires disappear occasionally altogether. I originally thought it to be a intake manifold gasket issue. So I replaced them all.

The misfires went away for two days of driving, then came back upon startup on the 3rd day in the same two cylinders.

Can an egr valve cause a specific misfire to just 1 or 2 cylinders? Or would it not be all cylinders randomly? I have a Ford Focus II 1. The car loses power at certain points, usually when I get to a high rev.

It will then just about maintain the same speed but with little or no acceleration. I brought it back to the seller under warranty who changed the EGR valve.

It did not fix the issue, but he then told me he just discovered that the EGR valve he used is not fully compatible with Focuses and that I would need a different one.

He now refuses to change it or answer calls. If so, which is the correct, compatible EGR valve to purchase so I can take it to another mechanic.

Check the vacuum hoses to the PCV valve and to the intake. It's a good idea to check the condition of the EGR valve, but it could also be a sensor giving you trouble.

The fact that you have to hold the accelerator may point to a throttle position sensor. Have you checked for DTC trouble codes with the scanner?

I have a GMC C 5. On startup it seems to work fine, but a few miles down the road if I have to stop it will die. The only way to restart is to hold the gas pedal to the floor and crank it.

Once it does start it will rough idle and die even if I am reving it to rpm. Once it thoroughly heats up it seems to run ok. I found the elbow on the nipple at the base of the carb was split.

It is the connector from the pcv valve. I replace id and put in a new pcv valve. It ran ok for a couple of days, but has started doing the same thing again.

Could it be the egr valve? I forgot to add that it runs the same if the moter is cold or hot if that makes a difference when it comes to the egr.

I have a 95 chevy with a 5. Ive changed plugs and plug wires, fuel filter, disturber cap, and roter button, the temperature sensor, and i think it was a map sensor i changed also and it still dont want to idle or take gas right at low speeds.

If i stop at a stop light it will plum die out if i dont hold the brake and give it a lil gas at the same time. Im going to change the egr valve and egr solenoid tomorrow.

Whats the chances of this fixing my truck?? It seems there's something wrong with the electrical system in the EGR system.

You want to check that first. There may be other problems for the low power, perhaps in the ignition system no spark or the fuel system. The odor may be fuel.

Hi Dan , I have a Chevy Blazer when I drive it doesn't want to pick up speed , didn't even pass 40 miles now not even 25 when I parked Last time it had an odor , my niece put the reader thing it said P do you think is really the egr???

Thank you Dan for your answer, In fact, the fuel filter was so dirty, but I replaced it three weeks ago.

I scanned the comptuer memory and it indicated a faulty MAP sensor. The Check Engine warning light sometimes on and sometimes off.

The engine loses power at around rpm when I slowly accelerate. But when I accelerate fast it doen't lose power.

The engine recovers its power below the rpm or above it around the rpm. It doesn't make any abnormal smoke or noise.

I cleaned the MAP sensor again but nothing changes. I'll check the catalytic converter and the vacuum line for any leak.

I was tempted to say a clogging fuel filter but you said the engine is running good otherwise. Other possibilities are a weak fuel pump, leaking vacuum line, or a clogged catalytic converter, bad ignition timing.

Have you scan the computer memory for trouble codes? Check first for vacuum leaks. Still, when was the last time you replaced the fuel filter?

Thank you for the article. I notice this when running on the 1st and the second gear. I cleaned the MAP sensor and the problem seemed to disappear for a few miles but the same symptoms apeared again.

I tried another used MAP sensor but the engine shows the same symptoms. As for the idle there is nothing to complain about. There is no smoke.

The enginge is in mint conditions. I have a mitzubishi the last 2 days my car will shut off completely when at a complete stop. I have to hold the break and gas pedal the whole ride so the RPMs won't drop below 1.

I've know the egr valuve in the car is bad but could that be the reason for it shutting off my car when at a complete stop?

I JUST got it out the shop last week and had a few things done to it already. And it's just draining me and idk what to do. I had the chrank shaft sensor, all spark plugs and wires changed, the water pump and pull system with a brand new timing chain.

Also the alternator changed a couple months ago. So everything is basically new besides my EGR valuve. I also scanned it again and no codes are coming up.

The engine is probably leaking oil into the cylinders, that's why the black smoke. Maybe this explains why the engine lacks power.

Do a compression test to see what is the mechanical condition of the engine. A vacuum test might help too. I had ford figo model and car gives back smoke and speed is not increasing above 80 while giving full accerlater and gives a lot of smoke and i also found the air filter getting black help me to solve the problem.

If the emission contains coolant and some oil in the mix, there may be a problem in the cylinder block or head.

Possibly a crack, blown head gasket or a mix of problems. Do a vacuum and compression test to get a more accurate diagnosis before you begin any disassembly.

You'll save a lot of time and money. If you are testing the valve, for example, and you apply vacuum to it, it should open rise. Without vacuum, it is normally closed.

I have a ford expedition with a 5. Check the EGR system, there may be problems with the sensor, carbon buildup underneath the valve or tubing, or the valve itself may be faulty.

Throttle body is clear put vacume on her valve very little change getting a p code need help what can it be.

If you haven't seen a puddle of oil on the ground, it's possible you may have a blown head gasket or cracked block or cylinder head.

What would suck the oil out of the oil pan? Put in a qt of oil. The next day not a drop of oil in the pan. You may have a problem in one of the sensors for the emission control.

I have a ford 4. It's possible a cat is clogged. Check with a vacuum gauge. If the exhuast is clogges, also check a potential bad ignition coil s causing unburned fuel go to the exhaust.

Yes what could cause and egr valve yo blow a hole in the elbow of it, I put a new one on it and as soon as I got it to 3ooo rpm it did the exact same thing Glad to know you found the fault.

At K it sounds like a good decisions to keep costs down. With a little bit of maintenance you might get another K out of it. After years of putting up with a loud sound coming from my engine and never being able to isolate the sound, it may have been caused by a failing EGR valve.

I dismissed the EGR valve as a symptom because I was no longer getting a check code. Then suddenly, I start getting EGR codes and the sound is gone.

Whether or not that makes sense, I am going to price and replace the EGR valve. With the engine having over thousand miles on it, I am not that opposed to shotgunning parts, especially if the part is not too expensive, and it's not.

Just ordered one on Ebay for 29 bucks. Check the EGR system. Did you see any buildup inside the intake ports. Clear out passages with carb cleaner.

Then clear the computer codes. See if that help. I have a Honda passport throwing a bad egr code I replaced my MAF and my engine codes still come up after clearing on p and p could someone help please Iam at a lose.

It's possible there be some carbon left around the valve itself or the passages to the intake, possibly interfereing withe valve proper operation.

Another possibility is that the valve itself is faulty or damaged due to the buildup or during the cleaning procedure.

Be very careful when cleaning the valve, the diaphragm and electronic componnents if any are very sensitive.

Don't let any chemicals reach thsese components. Usually when the EMS flashes the MIL is becauses it "thinks" a misifire is being detected and sever enough to increase emissions beyond permissible limits.

Wondering if you can advise. My car will start and drive but the engine management light will flash. Once I stop and restart the car the management light will stop.

I would guess this would be an EGR valve problem but im hoping you can advise. I doubt a bad EGR valve can cause a no-start.

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