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Old 09-12-2006, 08:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2000 Honda Accord EGR

Im trying to get some info on what all has to come off of the intake to clean out the EGR port on a 3.0 ***** motor. Have replaced the egr valve and and still getting an error code. I know it has to be pulled apart to get inside to clean out the port, Any help would be great.
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Thanks for the informatiom. This will be a saturday job now that i have what is needed, Wife has owned the car sense 2000, Never recived any notice about this problem, I have replaced the egr valve once before about a year and a half ago before it got to 80,00 miles, Has 89 on it now. Thanks Again.
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you won't recieve anything in the mail about this. this is only if you come in to the dealer with a check engine light on and one or both of the codes (po401 p1491) are set.

since your at 89k, your right...your screwed! you dont need to drill the intake egr passage any larger and install the steel sleeve if your doing it on your own. just clean the passage and move on. you may need to clean it again, but probably not for 40,000 miles
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Thanks again, Im going to check on the sleeve anyway when i do this, Don't want to have to do it again for sometime, Wife runs the crap out of it anyway. In the next year or so im going to pull the motor and go through it.

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wtf...? PULL THE MOTOR? that's insane. that motor is a solid. that motor will never die if you don't abuse it. that trans is a different story though.

the egr passage doesn't have the steel sleeve installed yet. you get it when you buy the egr update kit. it also comes with an egr valve, no matter what. so....you'll have another egr valve if you buy the kit.
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Got the egr port cleaned out and back running now. Did a tune up on it while i had the top off the motor. The old plugs had a gap of 1.27 , It's running like a new car now with 101070 miles on it. Had a lot of carbon build up in the intake , The port was blocked tight. I have a question now about the cabin filter, Where inside does it go. I cannot find any information about it in any manual or from the parts stores. Can you help.
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This is a pretty good diy write up http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...t=cabin+filter
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I have a 96 Accord V-6 and its acts like my EGR port is acting up...Last weekend I took off the EGR chamber and metal gasket and cleaned a ton of carbon out of it..., but the motor is still acting up..Now I guess that I need to clean the port as well...how and what did you clean the port with..and did you take off the intake manifold or did you leave it on..any advise would be greatly appreciated...thanks, Micheal
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