EGF

Asked by May 27, 2016 at 01:03 AM about the 1987 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced every thing in the EGF. System and the OBD still points to it as the  
system problem.  No vacuum leak in vac lines. Need help.  Thinking new EEV
IV is next.

2 Answers

105,505

Are you referring to the EGR system? I have never heard of anything in a Ford called EGF, is the code you are trying to fix the one about the valve position or the one about feedback control? If you have one or both of these go and remove the sensor grounds and clean then throughly and then make sure they are reconnected and everything is tight. Then remove the hose from the EGR feedback control box and make sure it is flowing properly so feedback unit can detect the pulses in the exhaust system, then clear the codes and drive it and hopefully the codes stay gone, were there any other codes that came up?

13,485

NO EECIV in 1987. Whats the vehicle doing?which engine! 2.9 German?

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