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Old 01-05-2019, 03:56 PM
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Hello all, I figured I would revive this post since I disabled the EGR and MAF according to the instructions on this forum. I did the resistor and diode for the EGR and the resistor for the MAF.
After completing the mod, I drove about 30 miles with no cel lights or anything odd happening. The car ran great and seemed to take less throttle to maintain highway speed.

I do have a couple of questions if you guys donít mind,
I disconnected to vacuum line from the valve side of the EGR going to the transducer and capped both ends. What do I need to do with the vacuum line coming off the other side of the EGR?

Also, I have noticed that the EGR transducer makes a noise for a few minutes after shutting the vehicle off. This happened prior to the mod and after the mod as well. Thanks for your time.
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Old 01-07-2019, 09:11 PM
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Anybody out there? Thanks
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