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might be, slept since then.
the code is a 95 EGR
read over my description again and again.
the code is a 95 not 50 or 51.
what is the problem ?
ok... sorry... it says 95 EGR and I've replaced the EGR sensor too.
what else ?
sorry just frustrated so if no one wants to help just cancel me off as I sure don't want to pay another $30 for nothing. the code shows EGR and I don't know whether it's gaskets, vacuum hoses, sensors, or something else. I replaced the EGR sensor and it still does it.
I took it to a mechanic and he scoped it and told me that.
I've put in $700 in parts myself and it still does it.
I drag raced for 30 years building my own engines and cars so I have ideas on what it might be but nothing I've tried fixes it.
This is how to check the codes...you will need a paperclip to jumper the terminals in the picture then count the flashes. There will be a series of flashes, then a pause then more flashes. Just count each set of flashes in each set. That is the codes you have...Here is the pic of where to put the jumper:
I did that and it still show EGR code. I just tried it again and
it said 50
OK. I can work with code 50, that is a valid code. Let me look up some info about it.
The manual is only showing code 51, but it is an egr code so we'll go with that and see what I can find.
so you are thinking it's a bad EGR temp sensor ? even though I replaced it ?
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