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I was wondering about blocking off the EGR valve on a EFI 302 SD engine. If it would affect the idle or anything else in the engine. And if what all would I have to do to make it work without an EGR valve?
I know in chevies you can get in the computer and turn it off, might be possible with fords too, i don't know, just a possibility. By the way, i know this is the wrong site, but i need general info. on my chevy i turned down the EGR to 10 percent in the computer, would i get better gas milage with higher EGR or Lower EGR setting? It goes from 0 to 60 percent.
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