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Thread: 2007-2011 Jeep Wrangler JK EGR Replacement

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow's_Jeep View Post
    I hope you don't have cracked exhaust manifolds, as the exhaust manifold and cylinder head's are supposed to be cast as one unit.

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    Yeah I know that. I’m guessing it’s a head issue but I haven’t gotten a code for the dealer to replace yet.


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    Nice write up Tony. That looks like a bitch of a fix!
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    Great write up I did mine last year and I was ready to put the sawsall on that trans pipe... wish I had this write up


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    Looking to change out my egr next weekend. I received my new egr but it didn’t come with new hardware. I’ve spent a few hours looking for the bolt part numbers and found this 6508489AA. I can’t find the part #’s for the 10mm bolts. Would anyone know what they are or the fastener specs?


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    just did this change this morning in less than 90 minutes. God bless the saint who did this write up. buy the ratcheting 3 inch mini wrench set from Harbor Freight. it worked perfectly and actually easily. pull the tire and the rear half of the fender liner and an 8 to 10 inch seat is very key. also lossen the little 10mm bolt that holds the dipstick tube. while youre at it, change your sparkplugs. both jobs in less than 2hrs. total. I have been reading and dreading this for 6 months but the forum saved my sanity.

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    ok, trying not to lose it...CEL lit up today. engine drops rpm at idle for a second every ten seconds. did I get a bad EGR out of the box? replaced just 3 days ago!
    going to check codes. last time it was the 406...

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    p0306 cylinder 6 misfire.
    just replaced plugs and egr. runs great except at idle. Help please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDDK View Post
    p0306 cylinder 6 misfire.
    just replaced plugs and egr. runs great except at idle. Help please?
    If you removed the plug wire when you did the egr repair, double check that you got it back on tight. Also make sure it is routed correctly and didn't get burned through on the exhaust nor is it arcing against another wire. Sometimes if you overlap plug wires, they can arc to the one next to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDDK View Post
    p0306 cylinder 6 misfire.
    just replaced plugs and egr. runs great except at idle. Help please?
    Did you replace the wires and distributer as well? I just replaced mine at 100k (factory recommendation anyway) and my idle smoothed out better than new. I wasn't getting codes, but the idle was rough.

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    Got a P0404 2 days ago. Cleared it and it came right back the next day. Looks like I will be changing mine this week or next. Thanks for the write up.


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