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Old 11-30-2008, 05:20 PM
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Default Where Is The Egr Valve


Where Is The Egr Valve Located On A Srt6...please Pm If You Know Wher Its Located...thanks


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Old 11-30-2008, 05:45 PM
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Default Re: Where Is The Egr Valve


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Where Is The Egr Valve Located On A Srt6...please Pm If You Know Wher Its Located...thanks
The SRT6 service manual has a whole section devoted to the EGR valve - complete with photos, specs, etc...

Hint: look in the Emission Control Section (#25) .....


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Old 11-30-2008, 06:20 PM
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Default Re: Where Is The Egr Valve


i did check the manual but according to the pic it looks like its in the same spot as the base...when i looked at my buddys car it was not in the same place cause if it was i would have removed it...i guess when i go see it again tommorow i will look again but we will see.. thanks


'05 Crossfire Base / Srt Package
20" Ruff Wheels / Spacers
Srt 6 Cross drilled rotors
Srt 6 Calipers
Steel Braided lines
Rotex Brake pads
Srt 6 Wing
Srt 6 Front bumper
Srt 6 Seats
Custom Painted Valve Cover
Custom Painted Radiator Tank
Custom Painted Center Console
Smoked Tail Lights

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Old 11-30-2008, 06:26 PM
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Default Re: Where Is The Egr Valve


Save your knuckles.

There is no EGR valve on the SRT-6.
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Old 11-30-2008, 06:36 PM
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Default Re: Where Is The Egr Valve


really...thats crazy...i thought all cars needed them...i mean it would make sense since the one that i looked at did not have a hole where the base does. i dont mean to doubt you but are you 100% positive.


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20" Ruff Wheels / Spacers
Srt 6 Cross drilled rotors
Srt 6 Calipers
Steel Braided lines
Rotex Brake pads
Srt 6 Wing
Srt 6 Front bumper
Srt 6 Seats
Custom Painted Valve Cover
Custom Painted Radiator Tank
Custom Painted Center Console
Smoked Tail Lights

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Old 11-30-2008, 08:13 PM
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Default Re: Where Is The Egr Valve


I have heard the same thing no EGR
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