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Old 08-18-2007, 05:46 PM
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EGR code

The EGR code has recently popped up on my 99 Type SH, I have a factory Honda Tech that works on Veronica in his spare time and he said that the EGR ports in the intake manifold need to be cleaned out and the only way to do this is to drill out the plugs in the manifold and yank them with a slide hammer I was just wondering if anyone has done this or if there is a less of a pain in the ass way to do this.
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:43 PM
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Am I crazy? I am worried nobody has even heard of this. My tech told me this was a relatively common problem. You guys know what plugs I am talking about right?
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Thanks for all the help guys! JK! I got my factory honda tech to do this (He's freakin awesome), now veronica is not all gummed up. I still can't beleive nobody on here has ever done this or neede to do this. God I love V-tec!!!!
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its been done before, and he is right. the replacement caps cost about 26 cents. the process takes anywhere from an hour to two hours.

they have to drill out the 6 ports and pull it out with a 2lb slide hammer. spray throttle body cleaner in there since its probably all clogged up. and poke it through very well. compressed air works well too. after that is done, you put the dome piece caps back in and line it with the manifold. your gonna have to remove the fuel rail if its in your way. i did my f22b just like that
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