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Old 02-17-2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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Sorry guys im sure this has probably been posted before but does anyone have a diagram of where the EGR valve on a 3800 series II from a 2000 Impala might be.. Also is it easy to Change.. Thanks in Advance..
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This is your EGR valve...

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Couple bolts/nuts and its out. 13mm I believe.
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Ok thank you now im just on the rock auto site and i can only get the cheapest one but im not sure if it is the correct part number?? Sorry hope this isnt a hassle.. I just figured i would order from rock auto becuase i have ordered from there before and my local parts store wants like 250$ for the same part..
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No hassle at all Mark, that'* what we are here for.

Post the part #'* and we can tell if its the right one.
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Part # EGV466T this is the Rock Auto Part #..
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Yep, looks like the right one. Make sure you inspect the EGR flex pipe going from the EGR to the lower manifold.
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Yep, looks like the right one. Make sure you inspect the EGR flex pipe going from the EGR to the lower manifold.
Are they a bad part as well
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If left alone, the part is fine, but if moved around due to removal, it tends to crack the folds in it. If you gentle, it will be fine.
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Oh i see ok well i will have to check it tomorrow as i am still driving the car because i have no other way to work..
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