how to change EGR valve 2009 Dodge journey 3.5 V6?

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An EGR valve has no time or mileage to replacement and can last for years in some cases. No one can tell you that its going to fail soon because they dont know. In some cases, it can be very expensive so its not a part that you would want to replace before its time or as a maintainance item.

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Mechanic for 1998 chevy pick-up

i had a simmular problem with my 1998 with the 305 motor not the 350.. i replaced everything from fuel filter and pump to the egr valve to the air filter and couldnt find it on mine it turned out to be the water temperature sensor.

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Might have a pinched or clogged vacuum line. Look all the way back to the manifold. You'll see a 1/4" pipe heading out of the manifold, and that is where you get vacuum for all the vacuum operated stuff on your car. Usually it goes to a log manifold, and micht have 5-6 things hooked to it: power ...

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