I have been told, since my EGR Valve has "BLOWN" out twice in a matter of 24 hours and I keep loosing pressure (can't make it up steep hills" I have a problem with the sensor. Is this true and if so what does the sensor look like and can I replace it myself?
Problems with EGR Pressure Sensor on 2002 Ford Escape
by kimt in Villa Ridge, MO on April 21, 2009
ANSWER by spyder on April 22, 2009
You may have a plugged/restricted exhaust system. That would account for "can't make it up steep hills" and possibly the EGR failures.......
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