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Old 02-11-2009, 02:05 PM   #1
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K... replaced the front side exhaust manifold on my bonnie last night/this morning lol

god that was fun ... ugh...

unfortunately... its oem, but they did a bad welding job and the egr valve is at an offset angle and i barely got the tube to seat on it and tighten down and its causing a leak around the seal... frankly id rather get rid of the egr valve altogether... i know it can be done on some cars

any ideas how to do it? is there a package or does it have to be fabricated? how would i get rid of the codes... and i kno it will prolly violate some law somewhere, taken into consideration...
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I'd talk to Ryan at GMTuners or SinisterPerformance. both the same guy.

He can probably program it out to keep the codes from happening and then you can simply cap it.
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how would i cap it on the intake? any ideas?
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Pipe fitting with the right threads or back out to the welder. Or run a block of some sort in the EGR tube.
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