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I have a 94 Ford Explorer. I took the truck to auto zone because my check engine light came on and went back off. While check engine light was still off I had auto zone test it and it came back with code # 332 EGR valve opening not detected. The guy at auto zone told me the cheapest way to repair this is to take the EGR valve off and clean diaphram with throttle body & air intake cleaner. Is this a good solution? Also, where is this located? Is there a layout of my engine someone. I'm a woman and I know nothing about none of this. Ikecia
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