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bench test an ERG - who's good!

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by IgotTwo, October 10, 2002.

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    1. IgotTwo

      IgotTwo Active Member

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      I removed the ERG from my 97 SOHC. I have vaccum tool.

      I think the ERG should hold a vaccum (?at least for reasonable tme?)
      When I tested mine off the car: I applied vacumm to it an saw the inside valve droup closed very quickly.
      I have vaccumm to the erg while the vehicle is running so I suspected the diapham in the ERG
      Any takers?
      Thanks
       
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      You are correct. The EGR should hold vacuum and remain open (with vacuum applied).
       

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