It's under the hood.
You remove the old one and install the new one.
In your case you should just take it to a mechanic because it is obvious that
you don't even have enough sense to look in a repair manual.
Well - I see you've met some of the group :) Greg (beekeep) is okay - ya
just gotta get used to him. The other guy, well.... he sticks his head in
here every once in a while, spouts off some stupid nonsense, then disappears
for a while. Best just to ignore him - he has no useful information for
On to your problem... the EGR valve is located on the back of the intake
manifold. Look for a tube coming up from the passenger exhaust manifold,
and trace it to the EGR valve. Removal is pretty straight-forward - after
getting rid of the air box, air intake hose, and anything else that's in the
way, remove the EGR tube, then disconnect the electrical connector and
vacuum hose from the transducer, then finally remove the nuts holding the
valve assembly to the manifold, and remove the entire assembly. It's a
little tight back there, and don't be surprised of the bolts/nuts
(especially the ones holding the EGR tube to the manifold) are rusted in
place - spray them down with some penetrating oil before trying to back them
A Haynes manual, #30041, can be picked up for under $15 from your local
parts place - it'll have diagrams and pictures to assist.
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