Originally Posted by frontrange
So if you want to come by my shop it shouldn't take more than 15 minutes to install one of these and test the injectors. If they test OK and the EGR isn't leaking, I'd say go ahead and drop the cabbage on new O2 sensors.
Thanks for the offer frontrange (nice screen name BTW)
I'm under the assumption the EGR is a sealed unit, right? The diaphragm shouldn't let air past or am I mistaken here? After replacing the intake I sprayed starting fluid to see if I had any leaks and if I spray anywhere near the EGR valve the rpm's increase considerably.