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Getting Back Into Recirculation



Not only is hesitation upon acceleration annoying, it can be downright dangerous, especially when stalling is involved. In some cases, the problem can be traced to a malfunctioning exhaust-gas-recirculation (EGR) system. The EGR system keeps oxides of nitrogen emissions (air pollutants that form when nitrogen and oxygen combine under high temperature) at an acceptable level by re-circulating exhaust gas through the intake manifold and into the combustion chambers. The exhaust gas curtails the formation of oxides of nitrogen by lowering the temperature inside the engine. The EGR should only introduce exhaust gas into the manifold after the engine is hot. If it does so while the engine is cold, the vehicle will hesitate and probably stall.

Donít wait to have your car fixed if itís stalling or hesitating on the road. We do expert repairs and maintenance on all models of foreign and domestic vehicles, using the latest computerized equipment to diagnose complicated problems. Customer satisfaction remains our top priority, so we give estimates you can trust, 12 months or 12,000 miles warranties and personal attention from the owner. You wontí be disappointed. Call 952-473-4848 to schedule an appointment. We are conveniently located at 2220 Daniels Street, Long Lake.

Hint: The EGR valve in older vehicles is likely to be mechanical while newer models are electronic.