1993 Ford Escort, 1.9L SOHC


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Old 10-08-07, 11:00 AM
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1993 Ford Escort, 1.9L SOHC

Can anyone tell me where the EGR valve is located on this little motor?

I've worked on alot of vehicles in my time, but I can't for the life of me find that darn valve.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Many thanks.....
 
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You're going to love this....

...you don't have one
 
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Well, that's a good reason why I can't find it then...


Thanks for the info.......



Funny thing is..... Advance lists one for it on their site...
 
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Old 10-09-07, 05:13 AM
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You sure about that, slick??? Could have sworn my daughter's (same engine) has one; unfortunately she's 200 miles away at college, so I can't check under her hood.
 
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...errrrr.....

I'm real real sure about it...but I'll look it up anyway
Maybe it's the 1.8....

















Your daughter drives a Ford?




Heh heh....
 
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Hmmm....

It's the 1.8 and 2.0 that have no EGR for sure
I have a listing that 1.9 EGR is Cali only in '93...but I can't say for sure
If it has one it should be on the side of the intake plenum tubes
 
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Old 10-10-07, 04:46 AM
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Originally Posted by slickshift
Your daughter drives a Ford?
Oh the SHAME of it all!!!

Yeah, well, when she was 16 my business partner and I got our hands on the Escort ('96 with <100,000 miles on it; excellent condition) for $325 because it needed a head gasket (also ended up needing a head). We were going to fix it for resale in our spare time, but when we got done I decided it would be a good kid's car. Including repairs, initial investment and a few bucks to the partner I have about $1200 in it. Two years later it's still running good and she's away at college with it. She frequently tells me, "I LOVE my little car!".

But don't hold your breathe waiting for TG to replace wife's Camry with a Ford.
 
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Lol
The '93s were real weird years...lots of running changes
You can't even be sure of little stuff like electrical relay stock #s and switch stock #s from Ford dealers themselves
You have to bring in the part to make sure you get a match
 
 

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