EGR valve bracket on the back

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Asked by Jun 14, 2013 at 05:26 PM about the 2001 Ford Taurus SES

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Once again I have a huge question. I recently had an alternator, head gaskets, intake
gaskets, exhaust manifold gaskets, water pump, DPFE sensor, and anitfreeze/coolant
added. Now it is getting a P0401 code and I replaced the DPFE sensor so I thought I
EGR valve itself. I got curious and took everything off and the bracket that holds the
EGR valve on has a orange rubber seal that is slightly ripped.., I am hearing a hissing
which of course is a vacuum leak. Would anyone know where to find one of the rubber
seals because I can't find it.

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So it's not the EGR gasket itself? Felpro 70149. But one on the bracket? You can try going to a local auto parts store and buying some gasket material and cut a piece to fit yourself, or they sell gasket maker in a squeezable tube.

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I found it it a distributor variety pack.., it didn't fix the problem :(

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