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EGR valve part number?

Looking for the OEM part number for the EGR valve in my 1983 F250 HD 5.8L (W) E. Ford parts was no help and Standard Motor Products said they need a part number for the proper replacement valve. Can anyone help me?
 
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You need the Calibration Code, the label for which is probably long gone. You can look everything up in the books but it's going to take some work on your part.

Begin here: Calibration Info & Part #'s - Gary's Garagemahal (the Bullnose bible)
 
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Thank you for the help. P/N was Motorcraft CX1182 and replacement part is Standard EGV229.
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Thank you, Vinny.
 
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Thank you, Vinny.
Hello Chris!
Glad I could help...You snowed in out there?
 
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Originally Posted by vjsimone View Post
Hello Chris!
Glad I could help...You snowed in out there?
Yeah, I am in post bombo-genesis (or whatever they call it) mode, lots of clean-up of broken tree branches and what-have-you. The neighbors' gas meter popped off the supply line during the storm, but I never even lost electrical power and so never had it bad at all, it's just real wet outside now.
 
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For your records.
This may be your Calibration Page, but can't be positive.
What carb do you have ?
 
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Carb. label says: E3UE DA R(?) 2G 21
 
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Originally Posted by pepage View Post
Looking for the OEM part number for the EGR valve in my 1983 F250 HD 5.8L (W) E. Ford parts was no help and Standard Motor Products said they need a part number for the proper replacement valve. Can anyone help me?
The original EGR valve has a sticker on it with the ID number, post what it is. Getting the part number is EZ, takes no time crossing the ID number over to the part number.

But if there's no sticker (they fall off), the Calibration Code is required because after 1979, there are no EGR valve application charts.

The carb ID number will not help identifying which EGR valve a truck has.

btw: Before y'all post specs, be aware that the OP lives in CA

Pic: 1983 F150/350 351W Calibration Codes. Happy hunting!


 
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My post was to answer a question asked by Vinny. I will add what you sent me to my file. Truck was purchased used and I understand it came from Texas and was modified to pass CA smog check. Thanks for the help.
 
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Originally Posted by pepage View Post
Carb. label says: E3UE DA R(?) 2G 21
Can you post a close-up of this Tag when you get a chance....
Does your truck still have a Mfr. Label in the Driver's side Pillar area ?

Bill, I am comparing his Carb to the Calibration Page I found.....
I did realize he was in Cali, but now curious of his built location.
 
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Originally Posted by pepage View Post
Truck was purchased used and I understand it came from Texas and was modified to pass CA smog check.
That's a twist, but from what I cipher, the EGR-V seems to be the same for a Cali & Non-Cali 351.
No EGR shows up on the routing diagram, but the parts list had the same numbers.

Look at the difference for a non Cali Cal (Canada maybe), 1/2 the stuff... Compared to the Cali Cal I posted previously.
 
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Originally Posted by vjsimone View Post
That's a twist, but from what I cipher, the EGR-V seems to be the same for a Cali & Non-Cali 351.
No EGR shows up on the routing diagram, but the parts list had the same numbers.

Look at the difference for a non Cali Cal (Canada maybe), 1/2 the stuff... Compared to the Cali Cal I posted previously.

That is a Canadian calibration and very very common one to boot I recognized it right away
 
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Originally Posted by pepage View Post
My post was to answer a question asked by Vinny.
One last question, & I'll leave you alone; What Venturi # is on the drivers side of the Carb fuel bowl?
Sometimes it is hidden behind the accelerator pump rod...
No rush, just the next time you are under the hood.... thanks.

Number = CFM
.98 = 190
1.01 = 240
1.02 = 245
1.08 = 287
1.14 = 300
1.21 = 351
1.23 = 356
1.33 = 424

These numbers are courtesy thrillseeker.
 

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