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So I recently passed emissions and had to have all the vacuum lines replaced. Well the idle in kind of bumpy (jumps around at 550-600) in drive and park, and when i remove the vac. line to the EGR the idle is smooth. So my question is: Will leaving the vac. line off the EGR cause me any problems in the future?

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Tom, check with Fireguy....seems like has an EGR block off?
 

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i know he has an EGR block off device thingy... but i would think this would do the same thing without buying the block off thing? I dont know maybe I should buy one just to be safe.
 

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Gacknar said:
Why not try and fix the problem.
There should be no vaccum going to the EGR at idle anyway.
find out why is the EVR is allowing vaccum past it at idle.
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i took out the thing on top of the passenger fender and all the tubing running to and from it. no problems at all.
 

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ok so you payed a shop like 1500bucks to fix it, take it back and tell them its not fixed.

from the sounds of it your getting egr flow at idle which is NOT supposed to happen
 
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