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Need some guidance in the removal of EGR valve on a 1997 Ford Ranger 2.3L engine. 4 cyclinder.
There is a pipe with 1 1/16 inch hex head (approximate) that is threaded into the EGR valve. Anyone know specifically how to break it loose? There is minimal clearance to get a regular wrench in there to get a good grip. Is there a special tool or device that works best? Anyone have any experience with this particular EGR valve removal. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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