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If you have been dealing with a leaking EGR for quite sometime, then it's time for you to check its EGR Valve Gasket. As the name implies, this component's main role is to prevent leaking so that exhaust gas doesn't escape. Once this part becomes broken, you won't have any other choice but to replace it right away. For a high-quality replacement that will last for years, choose only the one that our store offers. Our EGR Valve Gasket is made of rubber and silicone to make sure that it won't get broken or torn easily. With its world-class design, you can be certain that it can handle extreme temperatures in the exhaust gas recirculation assembly. When it comes to installation, our EGR Valve Gasket comes with all the instructions so that you can install it right away. All you need are just a couple of tools, and you'll be able to get the job done without breaking a sweat. If you have been dealing with your car's leaking EGR, then it's time to get a replacement EGR Valve Gasket right now at Auto Parts Warehouse. Here at our store, all you have to do is place your order and our delivery team will take care of everything else. So take this great opportunity and shop here at our store today!

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Factors to Consider When Buying an EGR Valve Gasket

Without the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) assembly, your vehicle will produce too much nitrogen oxide that's dangerous to your health. Unfortunately, the EGR assembly eventually fails because of a part that easily breaks-the EGR valve gasket. So you won't worry about your health and your car's performance, you need to have a high-quality valve gasket replacement. Check this guide out for the factors that you need to consider if you're in the market for an EGR valve gasket.

Gasket material

If you want to prolong the life of your vehicle's EGR assembly, you need to choose the best material for your EGR valve gasket. Listed below are three of the most common materials used by manufacturers nowadays in making valve gaskets.

  • Rubber: If you want a replacement gasket that's not a fire hazard and can last for a long time, then you should purchase a rubber gasket. This type of gasket is made from high-quality rubber and silicone, so it can withstand extreme temperatures. However, this type can be a little hard on the pocketbook because of its steep price.
  • Asbestos-mixed: This type of gasket can be classified into two: copper and steel. The only difference between them is that copper-asbestos use copper plates to cover the asbestos sheet while steel-asbestos uses steel. Unfortunately, because of the health risks that asbestos causes, gaskets of this kind are slowly losing their popularity.
  • Paper: If you'll browse the Internet, you'll find out that some of the popular paper gasket materials are cereal boxes, brown paper bags, and manila envelopes. So if you like DIY projects, then this type of gasket is the best choice. But if you're going for this, make sure that you have the right tools to make the paper look like a real gasket.

Gasket brand

If you'll pay a visit to a car parts store or browse an online store, you'll be surprised by the sheer number of brands that you can choose from. So you won't end up with substandard gaskets, you should always make sure that you're buying from reliable manufacturers. You can do this by searching for testimonials or reviews made by editors and car owners about different brands. These reviews enumerate the strengths and weaknesses of different manufacturers, so reading them will give you an idea on which brands can be trusted and which ones should be avoided.

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EGR Valve Gasket: How to Replace One in Seven Steps

Most cars have exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valves that are installed in the middle of the firewall and the intake manifold. So, if you're hearing noises coming from that side of your car's engine, then you should check this valve's gasket if it's the one making the ruckus. Though oftentimes disregarded, the EGR valve gasket is very important because once it gets damaged, the valve will leak, and exhaust gas will flow uncontrollably inside the engine and cabin. Luckily, replacing this part is quite easy. However, it's recommended that you also replace the EGR valve to keep the emission system at its peak performance. This guide will teach you how you can do these repairs by yourself at home.

Difficulty level: Moderate

What you'll need:

  • Replacement EGR valve gasket
  • Replacement EGR valve
  • Wrench set
  • Ratchet and socket set
  • Torque wrench
  • Gasket sealant
  • Putty knife

Step 1: Find your car's EGR valve. The best way to do this is by consulting your owner's manual. Usually, this part is like a small can and can be found on the intake manifold. If your vehicle is equipped with a digital EGR valve, then it will have a wire loom attached to it. However, if it's a manual valve, then vacuum lines will be attached to it.

Step 2: Disconnect all the lines, electric connections, and parts that are connected to the bolts of the EGR valve. Doing this will give you access to the bolts of the EGR base plate.

Step 3: Using the ratchet and socket, remove the bolts that are holding the valve in place. Then, carefully lift the valve out of the engine.

Step 4: Once the EGR valve is out of the way, clean any gasket material residue on the engine block with the putty knife. After cleaning the engine block, put the replacement valve in place.

Step 5: Install the new EGR valve gasket by placing it on the valve. Make sure that you'll use the gasket sealant to seal the area around the gasket.

Step 6: Bolt the EGR valve and gasket in place using the torque wrench. Typically, you'll need to tighten the bolts according to the manufacturer's specs of about 11 to 16 foot pounds.

Step 7: Reconnect all the parts, connections, and lines that you removed earlier. Afterwards, test drive your vehicle for a few miles to make sure that everything is working and connected properly.