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Oldsmobile EGR Valve Replacement

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What does an EGR Valve Do?

The EGR valve is part of the emissions system in your car or truck, and is used on most modern vehicles. The EGR valve is used to reduce emissions by ensuring that the engine burns as much of the air and fuel mixture as possible so that there is not that much emissions coming out of the tailpipe, and helps cars pass smog as well as meet new stricter requirements for green house gasses. The EGR valve, or Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve, does as it's name implies - it recirculates some of the exhaust gases back into the intake manifold, so that it can run through the process a second time, and cause less emissions.

My car did not pass smog, and it's because I need a new EGR valve. Can I just clean it?

Depending on the type of problem with the EGR valve, usually cleaning it will not help the problem. The EGR valve is usually stuck open or stuck shut, and therefore doesn't work as it's supposed to. You can check to make sure the vacuum part of the EGR valve is functioning, but typically old age, and carbon buildup simply ruin the valve, and require it's replacement.

Do your EGR valves come with gaskets?

Most of our EGR valves do come with a new EGR Valve Gasket, but if you only need the gasket, we do sell it seperately. We do not recommend to replace your EGR valve, and keep the old gasket. We also do not recommend to use RTV to seal the valve to the intake, we always use a new gasket.

Do I need to replace anything else when I get a new EGR valve?

Depending on what type of car or truck you have, you might also need to replace your EGR Temperature Sensor. Some cars also have an EGR Vacuum Controller or a EGR Vacuum Solenoid. Some cars, such as Ford, also have a EGR Valve Position Sensor that tells the computer how far closed or open the EGR valve is at any given time. Depending on your application, some or all of these components might be necessary to replace. If you are unsure, please ask in our forum, so we or our other customers can help.

Latest Oldsmobile EGR Valve Applications

96-01 Oldsmobile Bravada V6 4.3 V6 4.3  EGR Valve border= EGR Valve
96-01 Oldsmobile Bravada V6 4.3 V6 4.3 EGR Valve Original Equipment
96-98 Oldsmobile Achieva V6 3.1 V6 3.1  EGR Valve border= EGR Valve
96-98 Oldsmobile Achieva V6 3.1 V6 3.1 EGR Valve Original Equipment
01-02 Oldsmobile Aurora V6 3.5 V6 3.5  EGR Valve border= EGR Valve
01-02 Oldsmobile Aurora V6 3.5 V6 3.5 EGR Valve Original Equipment
01-03 Oldsmobile Aurora V8 4.0 V8 4.0  EGR Valve border= EGR Valve
01-03 Oldsmobile Aurora V8 4.0 V8 4.0 EGR Valve Original Equipment


Some Oldsmobile EGR Valve Applications (View Full Catalog Above)

Oldsmobile Achieva V6 3.1 Oldsmobile Aurora V6 3.5 Oldsmobile Aurora V8 4.0
Oldsmobile Bravada V6 4.3

V6 3.1 V6 3.5 V6 4.3 V8 4.0


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