Having problems with your 2004 Chrysler Pacifica ?

Had the engine light on for a while, and went to auto zone to pull the code. It came up for the egr... the guy told me that a dealer may have to fix the problem, but I could look for a repair shop that will do it. It will probably be cheaper. The dealer told me they charge $103. 00 just to pull the code, but will put that toward any repair. They also said it may just be a sensor that needs to be reset. What are the chances it is the valve, and what should I expect to pay for this repair?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-08-2022

Answers :

Check the original window sticker for the ACTUAL Federal emission coverage period,

You may able to get it fit for free.

EGR valve can be clean if you are will to get dirty.

Carbon build up inside the valve and the passage tube is the most common cause to have high Nox on emission test.

As long as the plastic diaphragm/membrane is not rip then you CAN clean it out.

EGR position sensor can be also a common problem to cause the OBD-II code,

A small amount of WD-40 can help lube to EGR position sensor.


Good luck
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