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            Jeep Wrangler EGR Valve

            Your Jeep Wrangler is ideal for tackling those rough, off-road conditions, but your ride won't go very far with a faulty EGR valve. Wrangler EGR valves are now required on most combustion engines to control emissions, but if yours isn't functioning properly, find a durable replacement by shopping with AutoZone today.

            By recirculating exhaust gas through the engine cylinders, an EGR valve for Jeep Wrangler establishes a cooler fuel burn that reduces the amount of nitrogen oxide released into the air. This provides you with more power while saving the planet. It's a vital component of your emissions control system, and it eventually makes your vehicle undrivable if you don't install a Jeep Wrangler EGR valve replacement at the first sign of a problem. Order from AutoZone for low prices and options such as Same-Day Store Pickup or delivery with home shipping.

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            Easy to install, takes around 1 hour to get done

            Angel

            in 4 months

            If you have a little bit of a knowledge on mechanic is all you need to do it

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

            If you have a little bit of a knowledge on mechanic is all you need to do it

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara

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            Replacing EGR Valve on 2008 Jeep Wrangler

            PaulThe

            in 6 months

            The EGR valve is mounted on the backside of the motor, on the passenger side right behind the cylinder head valve cover. You can see the top of the EGR valve from the topside. You can get to it by removing the passenger tire, the fender and the splashguard. You will need a 10mm and 12mm short box wrench. The 10mm wrench will take the 2 bolts off the tube flange that is connected to the EGR valve. That was the easy part. There is nothing hard about the next part. You just have to take your time. There are two 12mm bolts that attach the EGR valve to the motor. The bottom one you can see and remove it in a short time, but you can't see the top bolt. This is where you will need a short 12mm wrench with a 12 point box end. You need to look at your new EGR valve to figure out where the top bolt is. And the top bolt is quite a bit longer than the bottom bolt. Once you get the boxed end of the wrench around the bolt head and turn it counterclockwise to loosen it, you can only go 1/12th of a turn. That's why you need a short 12 point box end wrench. I have an automatic transmission and the transmission filler tube is a bit in the way. Jeeps with a manual transmission is a little easier. I kept having to look at the new EGR valve to see where the top bolt was because you can't see the top bolt until it is 3/4 of the way out. The wiring harness is connected on the top of the ERG valve. To disconnect it, first you must slide the locking clip to one side with a flathead screwdriver then while pushing the harness away from the EGR valve with one screwdriver, get another screwdriver under latch on harness housing and you are disconnected. You should do this before removing bolts from the topside because the wires aren't long enough to get to them from below. Now you are ready to put the new EGR valve on. Start with the top bolt and make sure that you have the metal gasket in place. Once you get the top bolt started, get the bottom bolt started and make sure that you have the gasket where it needs to be. Before you start this job, tie a string around the wiring harness and secure other end of the string so the harness doesn't fall behind the motor. There just isn't a lot of room back there, but plenty of hiding places for things to hide should you drop something. Hope this is helpful.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Jeep Wrangler

            The EGR valve is mounted on the backside of the motor, on the passenger side right behind the cylinder head valve cover. You can see the top of the EGR valve from the topside. You can get to it by removing the passenger tire, the fender and the splashguard. You will need a 10mm and 12mm short box wrench. The 10mm wrench will take the 2 bolts off the tube flange that is connected to the EGR valve. That was the easy part. There is nothing hard about the next part. You just have to take your time. There are two 12mm bolts that attach the EGR valve to the motor. The bottom one you can see and remove it in a short time, but you can't see the top bolt. This is where you will need a short 12mm wrench with a 12 point box end. You need to look at your new EGR valve to figure out where the top bolt is. And the top bolt is quite a bit longer than the bottom bolt. Once you get the boxed end of the wrench around the bolt head and turn it counterclockwise to loosen it, you can only go 1/12th of a turn. That's why you need a short 12 point box end wrench. I have an automatic transmission and the transmission filler tube is a bit in the way. Jeeps with a manual transmission is a little easier. I kept having to look at the new EGR valve to see where the top bolt was because you can't see the top bolt until it is 3/4 of the way out. The wiring harness is connected on the top of the ERG valve. To disconnect it, first you must slide the locking clip to one side with a flathead screwdriver then while pushing the harness away from the EGR valve with one screwdriver, get another screwdriver under latch on harness housing and you are disconnected. You should do this before removing bolts from the topside because the wires aren't long enough to get to them from below. Now you are ready to put the new EGR valve on. Start with the top bolt and make sure that you have the metal gasket in place. Once you get the top bolt started, get the bottom bolt started and make sure that you have the gasket where it needs to be. Before you start this job, tie a string around the wiring harness and secure other end of the string so the harness doesn't fall behind the motor. There just isn't a lot of room back there, but plenty of hiding places for things to hide should you drop something. Hope this is helpful.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2008 Jeep Wrangler

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            Quality parts all the time.

            Robert

            in 9 months

            It’s a pain in the axx replacing the egr valve on a 09 Jeep Wrangler. That’s why you need quality parts that are not going to fail. Thank you Auto Zone.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2009 Jeep Wrangler

            It’s a pain in the axx replacing the egr valve on a 09 Jeep Wrangler. That’s why you need quality parts that are not going to fail. Thank you Auto Zone.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2009 Jeep Wrangler