Does a '91 Stealth R/T Federal Have an EGR Valve?
- The EGR valve in your Dodge Stealth is responsible for redirecting exhaust back into the combustion chamber through the intake manifold. This process lowers the combustion temperature of your engine and reduces the production of smog-creating nitrous oxide.
- On your Dodge Stealth, the EGR valve is located on top of the engine manifold. You can easily remove the unit by using a socket wrench and screwdriver to remove the mounting bolts.
- It may be possible for you to clean your Stealth's EGR valve using a carburetor cleaner. However, if the unit has ceased functioning, it is likely clogged beyond repair and should be replaced. Prior to installing your new valve, use a spray cleaner to clean out the valve inlets to the manifold intake.