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Delphi
2005 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Delphi

P311-0BD928A    EG10026  New

EGV589T , 17113618 , 8170963090 , 8-25180-481-0 , 1302042 , 8-17113-303-0 , 1302067 , 17204035 , EGR1273 , 2141038 , 12576918 , 1302057 , 4F1139 , 8-17096-309-0 , 17113806 , 130-2042 , 12568582 , 10516 , 8-17113-405-0 , 17113303 , 8251804810 , 8171134050 , 8125769180 , FE3233 , 2M1 , 2145070 , EGV606 , EGR1043 , 17113615 , 17114583 , 4F1088 , 130-2067 , 130-2104 , 17096309 , EGR1067 , 226154 , 2141043 , EGV589 , 17113619 , 8-12576-918-0 , 8171133030 , 2141080 , 2141042 , 2141065 , 1302100 , 130-2100 , 1302104 , 17113405 , 130-2057 , 2145071

Qty:
$127.48
Delphi EGR Valve
  • EGR Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • EGR Valve Type: Linear
  • Delphi's OE line of EGR valves provides accurate exhaust flow control and emission control; Designed and built using high-temperature and corrosion-resistant materials that perform exceptionally under all engine environments; Each valve and seat is precision machined, helping to maintain long-term stability and performance; No spacers or washers are required and they come with gaskets for an exact fit, saving time, labor and more bay turns for repair shops.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2005 - Buick LeSabre Custom
Delphi
2001 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Delphi

P311-1B3DA3E    EG10169  New

EGR1030 , 130-509 , 17200279 , 1302102 , 12578034 , 10510 , EGR1046 , 2141033 , 226002 , 17113643 , FE3055 , 17114578 , 130-2102 , 10520 , 17114574 , 2145051 , EGR1095 , EGV466T , EGR1151 , 2145067 , 4F1054 , 12570094 , EGV466 , 17095163 , 1M6 , 17113617 , 17096199 , 130509 , 17113284

Qty:
$107.14
Delphi EGR Valve
  • EGR Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • EGR Valve Type: Linear
  • Delphi's OE line of EGR valves provides accurate exhaust flow control and emission control; Designed and built using high-temperature and corrosion-resistant materials that perform exceptionally under all engine environments; Each valve and seat is precision machined, helping to maintain long-term stability and performance; No spacers or washers are required and they come with gaskets for an exact fit, saving time, labor and more bay turns for repair shops.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2001 - Buick LeSabre Custom
Delphi
1995 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-393F34C    EG10023  New

23206 , FE3053 , EGR1027 , 17115364 , 17200267 , 2145007 , 17113283 , 10519 , 130-507 , 130507 , EGV514 , 12578042 , EGR1093

Qty:
$129.36
Delphi EGR Valve
  • EGR Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • EGR Valve Type: Linear
  • Delphi's OE line of EGR valves provides accurate exhaust flow control and emission control; Designed and built using high-temperature and corrosion-resistant materials that perform exceptionally under all engine environments; Each valve and seat is precision machined, helping to maintain long-term stability and performance; No spacers or washers are required and they come with gaskets for an exact fit, saving time, labor and more bay turns for repair shops.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Buick LeSabre V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Standard Ignition
1991 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-4E8E10E    EGV384  New

17112217 , 41334 , 17112287 , 9C3 , EGR1036 , 17112656 , 214-5004 , EGR159 , 130-500 , 70-5641 , 4F1049 , EGR173 , 4F1052 , 17091147 , 17112010 , 130-2027 , 17112477 , 10551 , 70-5632 , 17088157 , 214-5002 , 2-9132 , 91147 , 17112652 , 17112060 , 19187311 , 17112683 , 17112610 , 17092178 , 17090077 , 17088012 , 214-2129

Qty:
$98.12
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Digital/Mechanical: Electronic
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Pin
  • Our EGR valves are designed as direct-fit OE replacements. All stainless steel internal components and fully encapsulated copper windings and connections on Our electronic EGR valves ensure precision operation and greater protection against the tough operating environment. Our premium EGR valves are engineered and tested to ensure an extended service life. Our EGR products contain feature rich design and componentry yielding market leadership performance. As a global manufacturer of emission components, complete quality control is maintained through the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1991 - Buick LeSabre
Standard Ignition
1999 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-33585AE    EGV466  New

LHE 1550AC , 12570094 , 776-02051 , 19240980 , LHE1550AA , 1M6 , 214-5051 , 214-1033 , 214-5057 , 17096199 , 2-9138 , 41530 , 5163 , 12578034 , 17113645 , 17113643 , EG10169 , 17113617 , 4F1054 , EG10030 , 214-2274 , 214-5067 , EGR1030 , 17095163 , 17113284 , 70-5517 , 130-509 , EGR1095 , 911-695 , 10520

Qty:
$120.13
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Oval
    • Digital/Mechanical: Electronic
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 5
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Heavy-duty solenoids and stainless-steel valve components ensure durability. Alloy sensor contact ensures durability and proper performance. Includes gasket that is impregnated with graphite. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Buick LeSabre
Standard Ignition
1995 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-525C0B9    EGV514  New

4185 , 17094185 , EGR1093 , 214-5007 , 70-5514 , 4F1053 , 4153 , 19240985 , 12578042 , 17094153 , 17113283 , 911-684 , 214-2279 , 130-507 , 10519 , EG10023 , EGR1027

Qty:
$128.61
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Oval
    • Digital/Mechanical: Electronic
    • Gaskets Included: No
    • Mounting Type: Bolt Mount
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 5
    • Terminal Type: Pin
  • Heavy-duty solenoids and stainless-steel valve components ensure durability. Alloy sensor contact ensures durability and proper performance. Includes gasket that is impregnated with graphite. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1995 - Buick LeSabre
Standard Ignition
2004 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-222962E    EGV589  New

EG10009 , 214-1080 , 8-17096-309-0 , 2-9157 , 214-1038 , 17113619 , 17096188 , 8-12568-582-0 , 8-17113-405-0 , EG10026-11B1 , 17093020 , 214-5071 , 12568582 , 17113575 , 17113618 , EG10026 , 17096309 , 214-1960 , 214-5054 , 17113303 , 8-17113-618-0 , 4F1403 , 10516 , 8-12576-918-0 , 214-1042 , 17113615 , 17113405 , 214-5009 , 8-17113-303-0 , 8-17113-278-0 , 776-01631 , 19146117 , 214-5070 , 8-17200-276-0 , 911-164 , 70-6060 , 41528 , EGR1067 , 214-1065 , 8-17096178-1 , EG10175 , EGR1273 , 2M1 , 17112996 , 8-25180-481-0 , 130-2042 , 17113278 , 8-17096-188-0 , 12576918

Qty:
$125.10
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Oval
    • Digital/Mechanical: Electronic
    • Gaskets Included: No
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 5
    • Terminal Type: Pin
  • Heavy-duty solenoids and stainless-steel valve components ensure durability. Alloy sensor contact ensures durability and proper performance. Includes gasket that is impregnated with graphite. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Buick LeSabre
Standard Ignition
1973 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-38965D9    EGV330  New

7030643 , 17055430 , 14710-AA240 , 8942135710 , 7046281 , 17053968 , 70-6115 , 17065062 , 17053966 , 14710-N4301 , 130-146 , 4699-9745 , AEY74-10 , 14710 AA252 , 17051803 , 17065064 , AEY74-6 , 17052682 , 7031489 , APDQ-54-32A , 14710 AA031.1 , 4F1822 , 17084715 , 4F1018 , 7046280 , EGR4279 , 94213571 , 14710-AA120 , 4798541 , 4F1820 , 17056099 , 7044184 , EGR4280 , 17110815 , 14710-M4311 , 17055442 , 17052662 , 4F1821 , 30383 , 17065069 , 17053610 , 14710-AA031 , EGR118 , 14710 AA240.1 , 17110464 , APDQ-72-3 , 7044180 , 7030836 , APDQ-54-112 , EVK72-10 , 70-6113 , 10511 , 17055432 , 70-6116 , 7043303 , EGR4278 , 17056093 , EG10145 , 7043445 , 17085901 , 14710 AA320.1 , 14710-N4311 , 17053975 , 14710-B8000 , 17056091 , EGR917A , 19110434 , 46999 7370 , 18710-PA6-681 , 3219052 , 17052672 , 214-5246 , 14710-AA250-1 , 135000-0920 , 14710 AA241 , EVK72-45 , 70-5599 , 70-6114 , 14710-AA320 , 7030876 , 7044473 , EGR4275 , EVK72-9 , 12325237 , 046-0066 , 214-1425 , 14710 AA250 , 17053965 , 7046283 , 14710-U7710 , BPDQ-72-6 , 4F1818 , 8-94213-571-0 , 7040176 , 46999 7450 , 3219053 , 85.8T0712 , 14710-AA251 , APDQ-72-6 , J3219052 , APDQ-72-3A , 17051801 , 14710-P8300

Qty:
$61.70
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1973 - Buick LeSabre
Standard Ignition
1979 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 8 Cyl 4.9L Standard Ignition

P311-59C33AF    EGV334  New

214-5573 , EGR122 , 17057590 , J3237106 , EG10106 , 17064267 , 3237521 , 17065831 , 17084819 , 17058433 , 17063410 , 17075581 , 17058434 , 17065910 , 17075507 , EG10049 , 214-5194 , 17057175 , 214-5571 , 214-5340 , 17111588 , 214-5358 , 17065903 , 17111569 , 214-5561 , 17061701 , 17065152 , 17065156 , 130-222 , 17066155 , 17087267 , 214-5547 , 17062843 , 17056319 , 17110809 , 17057220 , 17066227 , 17110512 , 17111248 , 17063948 , 17113484 , 17065816 , 10505 , 17086013 , 214-5522 , 17057594 , 17085748 , 214-5096 , 17068187 , 17058341 , 17057494 , 214-5285 , 17113482 , 17065907 , EGR1208 , 17056397 , 17113417 , 17056321 , 41114 , 17067390 , 17065100 , 17065902 , EG10044 , 17065912 , 17085749 , 17113456 , 17058435 , 17111880 , 214-5407 , 17055795 , 17063945 , 214-1429 , 17086078 , 17055793 , 214-5324 , 17085850 , 17113494 , EG10078 , 17112240 , 17075560 , 19210674 , 17111298 , 17057238 , 19110438 , 17065830 , 17067367 , 214-5535 , J3240193 , 17056396 , 17063946 , 17057591 , 17056398 , 17112004 , 33003208 , 17055777 , 3240193 , 17057343 , 17063949 , 4F1012 , 8933003208 , 17057592 , 17065835 , 17065828 , 17111665 , 17075683 , 70-5603 , 214-5387 , 17057598 , 17066101 , 17067388 , EG10085 , 214-5378 , 17112005 , 17065833 , 17075649 , 17083824 , 17056320 , 17066154 , EG10105 , 17057596 , 17088108 , 19210673 , 17065909 , 214-5360 , 17055778 , 214-5563 , 214-5332 , 214-5163 , J3237521 , 17079786 , 17055794 , 17113443 , 17057593 , 17075651 , 17088107 , 17084730 , 17078386 , 17113468

Qty:
$53.64
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • OE No. 17057591, 17063946
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1979 - Buick LeSabre V 8 Cyl 4.9L 301 -
Standard Ignition
1978 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 8 Cyl 6.6L Standard Ignition

P311-59C33AF    EGV334  New

214-5573 , EGR122 , 17057590 , J3237106 , EG10106 , 17064267 , 3237521 , 17065831 , 17084819 , 17058433 , 17063410 , 17075581 , 17058434 , 17065910 , 17075507 , EG10049 , 214-5194 , 17057175 , 214-5571 , 214-5340 , 17111588 , 214-5358 , 17065903 , 17111569 , 214-5561 , 17061701 , 17065152 , 17065156 , 130-222 , 17066155 , 17087267 , 214-5547 , 17062843 , 17056319 , 17110809 , 17057220 , 17066227 , 17110512 , 17111248 , 17063948 , 17113484 , 17065816 , 10505 , 17086013 , 214-5522 , 17057594 , 17085748 , 214-5096 , 17068187 , 17058341 , 17057494 , 214-5285 , 17113482 , 17065907 , EGR1208 , 17056397 , 17113417 , 17056321 , 41114 , 17067390 , 17065100 , 17065902 , EG10044 , 17065912 , 17085749 , 17113456 , 17058435 , 17111880 , 214-5407 , 17055795 , 17063945 , 214-1429 , 17086078 , 17055793 , 214-5324 , 17085850 , 17113494 , EG10078 , 17112240 , 17075560 , 19210674 , 17111298 , 17057238 , 19110438 , 17065830 , 17067367 , 214-5535 , J3240193 , 17056396 , 17063946 , 17057591 , 17056398 , 17112004 , 33003208 , 17055777 , 3240193 , 17057343 , 17063949 , 4F1012 , 8933003208 , 17057592 , 17065835 , 17065828 , 17111665 , 17075683 , 70-5603 , 214-5387 , 17057598 , 17066101 , 17067388 , EG10085 , 214-5378 , 17112005 , 17065833 , 17075649 , 17083824 , 17056320 , 17066154 , EG10105 , 17057596 , 17088108 , 19210673 , 17065909 , 214-5360 , 17055778 , 214-5563 , 214-5332 , 214-5163 , J3237521 , 17079786 , 17055794 , 17113443 , 17057593 , 17075651 , 17088107 , 17084730 , 17078386 , 17113468

Qty:
$53.64
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • with High Altitude Emissions OE No. 17056398
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1978 - Buick LeSabre V 8 Cyl 6.6L 403 -
Standard Ignition
1979 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 8 Cyl 5.7L Standard Ignition

P311-59C33AF    EGV334  New

214-5573 , EGR122 , 17057590 , J3237106 , EG10106 , 17064267 , 3237521 , 17065831 , 17084819 , 17058433 , 17063410 , 17075581 , 17058434 , 17065910 , 17075507 , EG10049 , 214-5194 , 17057175 , 214-5571 , 214-5340 , 17111588 , 214-5358 , 17065903 , 17111569 , 214-5561 , 17061701 , 17065152 , 17065156 , 130-222 , 17066155 , 17087267 , 214-5547 , 17062843 , 17056319 , 17110809 , 17057220 , 17066227 , 17110512 , 17111248 , 17063948 , 17113484 , 17065816 , 10505 , 17086013 , 214-5522 , 17057594 , 17085748 , 214-5096 , 17068187 , 17058341 , 17057494 , 214-5285 , 17113482 , 17065907 , EGR1208 , 17056397 , 17113417 , 17056321 , 41114 , 17067390 , 17065100 , 17065902 , EG10044 , 17065912 , 17085749 , 17113456 , 17058435 , 17111880 , 214-5407 , 17055795 , 17063945 , 214-1429 , 17086078 , 17055793 , 214-5324 , 17085850 , 17113494 , EG10078 , 17112240 , 17075560 , 19210674 , 17111298 , 17057238 , 19110438 , 17065830 , 17067367 , 214-5535 , J3240193 , 17056396 , 17063946 , 17057591 , 17056398 , 17112004 , 33003208 , 17055777 , 3240193 , 17057343 , 17063949 , 4F1012 , 8933003208 , 17057592 , 17065835 , 17065828 , 17111665 , 17075683 , 70-5603 , 214-5387 , 17057598 , 17066101 , 17067388 , EG10085 , 214-5378 , 17112005 , 17065833 , 17075649 , 17083824 , 17056320 , 17066154 , EG10105 , 17057596 , 17088108 , 19210673 , 17065909 , 214-5360 , 17055778 , 214-5563 , 214-5332 , 214-5163 , J3237521 , 17079786 , 17055794 , 17113443 , 17057593 , 17075651 , 17088107 , 17084730 , 17078386 , 17113468

Qty:
$53.64
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • OE No. 17056396
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Block Engine CID CC
1979 - Buick LeSabre R V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Standard Ignition
1977 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 6 Cyl 3.8L Standard Ignition

P311-589F838    EGV344  New

214-5375 , 214-5075 , 17065806 , 17066189 , 17075713 , 17064673 , 17065908 , 17066102 , 17065869 , 7044357 , 17087241 , 214-5371 , 214-5373 , 4F1055 , 17055768 , 17090146 , 17066849 , 17066156 , 17113457 , 17111858 , 214-5389 , 17063974 , 214-5092 , 17066878 , 17062863 , 17113496 , 17063973 , 17055751 , 30310 , 17067117 , 1M4 , 130-232 , 17065850 , 214-5536 , 17113475 , 17070186 , 19240967 , 17066182 , 17112007 , 17066111 , 17060899 , 17064432 , 17111854 , 17057481 , 17066181 , 17065851 , 214-5554 , 17055394 , 17055385 , 17066108 , 17088125 , 17111853 , 17066232 , 17087201 , 17113413 , 17066843 , 17062025 , 17111860 , EG10101 , 214-5170 , 17087243 , 214-5147 , 214-5151 , 7044296 , 17056196 , 214-5372 , 19210662 , 17066112 , 17064667 , 17113373 , 214-5575 , 7044098 , EGR132 , 17065826 , EGR1212 , 17066188 , 41124 , EG10110 , 17085911 , 17087198 , 17060898 , 33001798 , 17055381 , 214-5154 , 17057040 , 17062862 , 17087200 , 17065911 , 17062873 , 17062876 , 214-5144 , 17113467 , 214-5377 , 70-5612 , 19210666 , 214-5155 , 214-2261 , 17111855 , 214-5546 , 214-5175

Qty:
$65.72
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • OE No. 7044357 with Federal Emissions
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1977 - Buick LeSabre V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 -
Standard Ignition
1976 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve 8 Cyl 5.7L Standard Ignition

P311-38965D9    EGV330  New

7030643 , 17055430 , 14710-AA240 , 8942135710 , 7046281 , 17053968 , 70-6115 , 17065062 , 17053966 , 14710-N4301 , 130-146 , 4699-9745 , AEY74-10 , 14710 AA252 , 17051803 , 17065064 , AEY74-6 , 17052682 , 7031489 , APDQ-54-32A , 14710 AA031.1 , 4F1822 , 17084715 , 4F1018 , 7046280 , EGR4279 , 94213571 , 14710-AA120 , 4798541 , 4F1820 , 17056099 , 7044184 , EGR4280 , 17110815 , 14710-M4311 , 17055442 , 17052662 , 4F1821 , 30383 , 17065069 , 17053610 , 14710-AA031 , EGR118 , 14710 AA240.1 , 17110464 , APDQ-72-3 , 7044180 , 7030836 , APDQ-54-112 , EVK72-10 , 70-6113 , 10511 , 17055432 , 70-6116 , 7043303 , EGR4278 , 17056093 , EG10145 , 7043445 , 17085901 , 14710 AA320.1 , 14710-N4311 , 17053975 , 14710-B8000 , 17056091 , EGR917A , 19110434 , 46999 7370 , 18710-PA6-681 , 3219052 , 17052672 , 214-5246 , 14710-AA250-1 , 135000-0920 , 14710 AA241 , EVK72-45 , 70-5599 , 70-6114 , 14710-AA320 , 7030876 , 7044473 , EGR4275 , EVK72-9 , 12325237 , 046-0066 , 214-1425 , 14710 AA250 , 17053965 , 7046283 , 14710-U7710 , BPDQ-72-6 , 4F1818 , 8-94213-571-0 , 7040176 , 46999 7450 , 3219053 , 85.8T0712 , 14710-AA251 , APDQ-72-6 , J3219052 , APDQ-72-3A , 17051801 , 14710-P8300

Qty:
$61.70
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • OE No. 7030876, 17053610 with Calif. Emissions Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
  • Stainless steel valve components ensure durability. Polyester-reinforced silicone diaphragm resists thermal aging in temperatures up to 200°C. Includes reinforced gasket to ensure complete replacement. As a global manufacturer of emission components, we maintain complete quality control throughout the manufacturing process, from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1976 - Buick LeSabre V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 5733
True Tech
1992 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve True Tech

P311-3266857    EGV384T  New

130-2027 , 4F1049 , 9C3 , 10551 , 214-5004 , 41334 , 17091147 , 17112477 , EGR173 , 17092178 , 214-2129 , 70-5641 , EGR159 , 214-5002 , 17112683 , 19187311 , 2-9132 , 70-5632 , 4F1052 , 17112652 , 17112610 , 130-500

Qty:
$68.85
True Tech EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Connector Shape: Oval
    • Digital/Mechanical: Mechanical
    • Gaskets Included: Yes
    • Mounting Type: Bolt Mount
    • Terminal Gender: Male
    • Terminal Quantity: 4
    • Terminal Type: Pin
  • Standard?« T-Series EGR valves rotate 360?? and along with the necessary washers they accommodate multi-fit applications. Made from quality components for dependability.
Brand: True Tech
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1992 - Buick LeSabre
True Tech
1996 Buick LeSabre EGR Valve True Tech

P311-1C86B52    EGV466T  New

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Latest Buick Lesabre Repair and EGR Valve Installation Advice

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p1406 and p0135

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Question From monty102 on p1406 and p0135

I got a 1997 Buick lesabre with a new egr on it and it is throwing a p1406 egr pindle position code and a p0135 bad upstream heater code.
I ordered a new sg454 o2 sensor and I will put it on this week. Should that fix the problem?

Does anyone know if the egr ground for the pindle signal to that pcm is the same as the ground for the heater on the o2 sensor. I'm thinking that may be the reason I got the p1406 code but I don't know for sure.

Does anyone know if the egr pindle position has to be relearned. I do not have a tech 2 scanner to command the pcm to do relearning but I have
noted that it can be accomplished without the tech 2 scanner by disconnecting the wiring harness on the egr. turning the switch on and scanning for the codes that are thrown and right after you clear them turn the ignition off and then reattach the egr harness and this will cause the pcm to relearn the egr pindle position
of the egr.


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Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Does anyone know if the egr ground for the pindle signal to that pcm is the same as the ground for the heater on the o2 sensor. I'm thinking that may be the reason I got the p1406 code but I don't know for sure.

Definitely not. The ground is the control wire for the EGR connected to the PCM. Nothing to do with an 0/2 heater. The EGR has no relearn process. You most likely have a bad EGR valve.

Response From monty102

The relearn process is mentioned on this post: Unfortunately The link got deleted but you can google it if you want.

Also the wiring diagram on autozone for this vehicle shows that
the egr grounds to the the sensor ground. It doesn't state what sensor but since its wiring is located next to the o2 sensor I suspected that meant it was that o2 senor that grounded the egr

The egr in the vehicle that is throwing the code is the same egr that originally threw the code. I removed it after it threw the code and repalced it with my 1999 lesabre egr which was not throwing a code. I put the 1997 egr on the 1999 lesabre and I have driven it 90 miles with no codes.

So, I decided to look at the wiring diagram to see why the o2 sensor and the egr seem to throw the codes on the 1997 buick at the same time because it appears the egr itself is
not faulty. That is when i noted on the autozone wiring diagram that the egr and the o2 sensor "may" have the same ground. I believe the ground on the o2 sensor
is in the heater circuit and i believe that is what the p0135 code relates to. The p1406 code is refers to the pindle position of the egr and that ground is the ground
that I suspect goes to the o2 wiring harness.


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Response From Hammer Time

That was just some guy's opinion.

There is nothing to learn. the EGR feeds position info back to the PCM and the PCM commands it's movement. The PCM is hard programmed to EGR operation.









The linear EGR valve is designed to accurately supply EGR to an engine independent of intake manifold vacuum. The valve controls EGR flow from the exhaust to the intake manifold through an orifice with a PCM controlled pintle. During operation, the PCM controls pintle position by monitoring the pintle position feedback signal. The feedback signal can be monitored with a scan tool as ACTUAL EGR P0S. ACTUAL EGR P0S should always be near the commanded EGR position ( DESIRED EGR P0S).

The PCM uses information from the following sensors to control the pintle position:

  • Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor.
  • Throttle Position (TP) sensor.
  • Mass Air Flow (MAF).

  • The linear EGR valve is usually activated under the following conditions:
  • Warm engine operation
  • Above idle speed

  • LEGEND IMAGE # 3
    1. Linear EGR Valve
    2. Exhaust Gas
    3. To Cylinders
    4. Pintle

    Response From Hammer Time

    My bet on this is the EGR has built up carbon under the pintle, not allowing it to return to fully seated position. The cure is new EGR.


    More info from the service manual.


    The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system is used to lower Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) emission levels caused by high combustion temperature. It does this by decreasing combustion temperature.

    The main element of the system is the linear EGR valve. The EGR valve feeds small amounts of exhaust gas back into the combustion chamber. With the fuel/air mixture diluted by the exhaust gases, combustion temperatures are reduced.

    The valve controls EGR flow from the exhaust to the intake manifold through an orifice with a PCM controlled pintle. During operation, the PCM controls pintle position by monitoring the pintle position feedback signal. If a problem with the EGR system will not allow the PCM to control pintle position properly, DTC P1406 should set. The PCM also tests for EGR flow; if incorrect flow is detected, DTC P0401 should set.

    Response From monty102

    I've found that the mass air flow sensor can make the egr throw codes too. When it does the maf throws no code. Your
    response seems to indicate that the maf could be my problem as the egr itself are clear of carbon and don't throw codes
    on the other buick I have put both of them on. They just throw codes on the 1997 buck that is why I was looking at the o2
    sensor as the problem. I could be wrong. Since the maf is 45 bucks I hate to buy one without knowing it will fix the p1406 code
    problem. Thks for your interest..... Kinda like trying to figure out the recipe for KFC chicken.....

    Response From Hammer Time

    I'm not going to waste a whole bunch of effort debating someone that is relying on the Internet to educate themselves.

    I'm telling you right now. There is no EGR programming and there is no way a MAF will set a P1406. Do whatever you want. It's your money to waste.

    Response From monty102

    Guess you are having a bad day. Sorry you read my post. I'll go it my on.

    What i told you were intended only to just explain my situation and what I had learned trying to fix my problem. I am sorry if you

    feel you are wasting your time checking anything out. The wiring diagram from autozone is all had to

    go by to conclude the the ground for the O2 sensor is the same as the egr.

    Pls do not respond back as I do not need you help if it ruins you day and makes you feel as though you are debating someone.

    Response From Hammer Time

    No problem. Go waste some money.

    Response From nickwarner

    If you have a pile of buicks behind your trailer and only rely on Autodeath for information, good luck fixing this. You were given good advice and instead of choosing to investigate the issue wanted to explain it your own way and find a way to never buy parts. Welcome to the real world (which does suck) you actually have to replace crap parts over a decade old with new ones, not other crap parts over a decade old. If you won't do that and won't listen to anyone other than some idiot kid at a parts counter popping a zit because he tells you what you want to hear then your car will run like crap and you'll spend more money in parts you didn't need than what you would to find the right one you did. Best of luck.

    I'm literally driving Dr. Jekel & Mr. Hydes car from hell-Please help

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    Question From 3izarre on I'm literally driving Dr. Jekel & Mr. Hydes car from hell-Please help

    Hello,

    I have a 94' Buick Lesabre 152k miles automatic. I have had it a the mechanics garage for about 5 days now. The well known mechanic has still yet to find the problem. As if its not bad enough I have to be seen in this car.

    I need a special adapter for my car to get error codes, but luckily, no one has one! Car X,Auto Zone,Advanced Autos, Macco, Midas and the list goes on.

    Whats wrong: Where to start. Ok, the car is two faced some days it would run fine and another day it wouldn't start at all. At first it was just missing and shutting off or stalling when it was idle. Once or twice as I was actually driving, like on the gas. I changed out the spark plugs and fuel filter and it ran ok for about a week then it started up again. I'm telling you this car decides when it wants to mess up thats why the "mechanic" can't fix it. The day I took it to the garage it wouldn't stay running, even in idle. I had to floor it just to get it to stay running and even then it was missing and wanting to shut down. So the next day I went back to the car in the morning and it started right up and drove perfectly to the garage. We have no clue what it could be, and I'm not expecting a correct answer. I just need somewhere to start.

    Any suggestions of what it could or would be, will be much appreciated!

    thanks for your time.
    3izarre@gmail.com

    Response From comnavguy

    Has the vacuum been checked? And I think you can check the trouble light by shorting pin A to ground in the OBDI connector. There is a self-diagnosis program in the module which will count the flashing pulses.

    Response From Hammer Time

    Has the vacuum been checked? And I think you can check the trouble light by shorting pin A to ground in the OBDI connector. There is a self-diagnosis program in the module which will count the flashing pulses.

    No, I don't believe he can do that. This is a transition year and he has a hybrid with and OBD1 system with and OBD2 plug. Nothing but a professional scan tool will read the codes on this system.

    Response From 3izarre

    Vaccum? How would I go about that?

    I have tried the paper clip idea before but it didn't work.

    Response From 3izarre

    I took it to AAMCO to get the error reads for only 40 bucks, pretty cheap. When I get them Monday, hopefully, I will post them.

    Response From 3izarre

    Ok im back,

    I took it to AAMCO for a diagnostic ($40) they informed me that they got 1 error code and it was the VGR valve. I had them install a new one ($160) they said it was stuck. I picked it up after work and while I was driving the long way home, excited I had my car back, it started acting up again. Same simptons...what should I do?

    Response From comnavguy

    Someone has already mentioned about going to a real mechanic - NOT AAMCO. You're lucky you got out as cheaply as you did.

    I have had nothing but bad experience from AAMCO, and heard some real horror stories.

    Is your car running OK now?

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Frankly - I wouldn't take a shopping cart there around me but we shouldn't be bashing a whole chain that isn't right either. Each tech has a responsibility to do the right things IMO.

    T

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    You took it to AAMCO? Frankly, I'm really surprised that they didn't sell you a transmission. First, I'd take it back, have them put your old EGR valve back on, and give you a full refund, including the diagnostic charge. Take the car to a real shop to have it diagnosed. Post here with the DTC(s) and we'll try and sort this out.

    Response From 3izarre

    Sorry on the late reply,

    I've been working overtime to pay off AAMCO.

    The EGR Valve is disinfectant. I saw it myself I could even get the vavle to move an centimeter. So I think it may be a couple things wrong.

    I can't get the error code, I'm taking it back tommorow for a free diagnostics and inspection. I WILL be back with either a code or some results.

    Thanks for your all's time,

    Response From 3izarre

    Good news,

    I got my car back today and no symptoms on the way home, about a 30 min drive. I had them replace the fuel filter and the PCM sensor ($198 total) because they said that was the last code that would make those type of issues on my car. Here are the codes that I had him write down for me (PO341,PO342,PO1670,PO171)

    I noticed the brake wasn't shaking anymore while it was depressed and the car jar just seemed more stable.

    Hopefully thats all I have to fix at the momment.

    Thanks!

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    ?? I don't understand brakes NOT shaking unless brake work was done?? Confused,

    T

    Response From 3izarre

    I don't know any other way of explaining it,

    It had vibration in the break pedal before it was "fixed" or should I not tell you anything?

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    I don't want to sound negative, but I'm not convinced that your problems are over. The P0341 and P0342 are cam/crank sensor faults. The P01671 is Quad driver 4 fault. The P0171 is a lean condition. You mentioned in your first post that you had already replaced the fuel filter. The EGR, if in fact, was leaking could explain the lean condition as well as a plugged fuel filter. But....The brakes depend on engine vacuum for the booster to work. If the engine is running bad enough, it can affect the power assist to the brakes. Even make the engine run rougher when the brakes are applied, but this is a result of...not the cause. Just what PCM sensor did they replace this time? I hate to say this, but it sounds as if they are 'throwing parts at it'. Hope, for your sake, that I'm wrong.

    Response From 3izarre

    So your saying,

    The engine's vacuum needs cleaning?

    I got stuck in traffic for about a half hour today and drove it a pretty long way with no problems.


    P.S I forgot to comment....

    I talked to the old mechanic (1st post before AAMCO) and asked him exactly what he did to the car. He said he didn't think it was the fuel punp, the presuur was normal. So he didn't replace the fuel filter. If that clears anything up.

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    That is good news. Let's just keep our fingers crossed. If you have any further issues, we're here to help, if possible.
    Have a great weekend.

    Response From 3izarre

    Ummm....

    The EGR valve was replaced. Noticed the shiny new part.

    The PCM was replaced. He didn't state a certain PCM sensor.

    I can't take it two a shop for atleast 6 weeks, bills bills bills. If it breaks, it breaks. But I can repair smaller parts myself.

    I did attempt to try the diagnostics you suggested like the mass air sensor etc. but I had no clue where to find all of them. I couldn't find anything on google to help locate the certain parts.

    Just whatever AAMCO did solved part of the problem, I just think it is multiple problems. As for the fuel pump, I don't trust that the old fart mechanic "Butch" did a damn thing to my car. So checking fuel pump pressure is out of my reach for now.

    Response From 3izarre

    I took it to AAMCO again.....lol

    I had to! The car was un driveable today, it was missing when I gave the engine any gas. It wouldn't stall but it was like constant, idle, on gas all the time. I'm not going to have them repair anything. He said he would do another free diagnostics so I'm going to see what he has to say. But I'll be damned if I have them throw on another shiny part of uselessness. I also called up AutoZone today for some qoutes on the items you suggested.

    Mass air flow sensor: $130ish

    Ignition Control module: $30-50ish

    Crankshaft sensor:50-70ish

    injector: 30ish

    Man I really don't have any more money at the momment. I'm so F'd.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    An engine that misses for any reason is probably going to trash your converters costing a fortune of course. Find the $ to fix that and not just throwing parts at it. IMO AAMCO is not specializing in fixing more than transmissions so get this to a regular shop asap to properly diagnose and fix. If they tell you the trans job caused this bring that up with AAMCO

    Stuff gets unplugged, bumped or whatever as a trans job is invasive but every last connection need be back in place.

    Again - converters are at high risk of damage with a misfire!

    T

    Response From 3izarre

    Its fixed! for now.......lol

    AAMCO found a bad spark plug wire and replaced them all. $53. I had them keep it for two days, it was fixed on the first and on the second day was so they could run it again to check for problems. I borrowed some cash off my pops, which I feel like crap for doing. After $300 of useless crap, the car is running good.
    They also changed my donut gasket which got rid of the putter and crappy sound my car had. Now I can't even hear my engine its so quiet. I have to roll my windows down when I start it just so I don't over crank it. I have to step on the gas a little to make sure the engine is running lol. Maybe I'm just not used to a quiet car? But all looks good.

    I don't understand why the wires weren't checked first but $400 its still a cheap fix. I mean, I got all the code errors fixed except the crankshaft sensor code. To my knowledge.

    Thanks for helping me through this schizophrenic car problem, I know it was a ballpark problem but I thank you for trying.

    I'll defiantly come back for any car troubles I have, and let everyone know this is the site to come to.
    3iz

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Thanks for reporting the fix. FYI - we don't get paid here - all volunteers and site runs on ads!

    T

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

    Again; These are the things I'd want to check; If you aren't capable of doing these tests yourself, take it to a shop (not AAMCO) that deals with drivability problems. Did you have them replace the EGR valve that they 'sold' you? Obviously, it wasn't the problem. What PCM sensor did they sell you the second time you went back? AAMCO is a transmission shop, and doesn't have a very good reputation with even trans. repairs. (personal opinion)
    There are three or four items that are very common for this vintage; Might ask the tech if he has checked them:
    1) Mass Air Flow sensor (sometimes you can tap on it lightly with a screwdriver handle, or squeeze with your hand)
    2) Ignition control module (most times, these act up when hot. Can apply heat with a heat gun)
    3) Crankshaft sensor (same as control module)
    4) Faulty injector or harness. (Ohm test cold and hot, ohm test harness)
    I assume that he has already tested fuel pump pressure?

    Response From 3izarre

    I hate to post again....

    The car had me at hello just to break me down again today. I can tell the problem is still there. I started the car up again and it had a little miss in it. It wasn't stalling but it was missing differently then it was before. This miss was more of a faster not as serious feeling miss. But after I drove it for about 5 minutes it was fine.

    I was planning on changing the oil, distributor caps, and fuel filter myself on friday, payday. And I need to clean the engine vacuum but I don't know how, I googled but to no avail.

    What would you suggest I do?
    3iz

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    >>I don't want to sound negative, but I'm not convinced that your problems are over<<
    Please, don't take this back to AAMCO. Let's start over. I'm going to go back and read the thread from the start, and will get back to you.

    Response From 3izarre

    Yeh!
    Thanks for your time and help.

    This is probably the best car forum on the web. I posted on about 5 different forums when I first had the problem and this is the only forum I got a reponse to, so thanks. Knowing the small details really made it easier/less stressful.

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    We're happy that you're happy! Again, if we can be of any help in the future, don't hesitate to ask.

    Response From Hammer Time

    You can't listen to those guys. They know nothing about driveability.

    What was the exact code number?

    Response From 3izarre

    I didn't ask,

    I was just happy I had my car back! It was like a week in a half of no car, sitting at home, bored as........I DIDN"T KNOW! jk lol

    Imma call'em tommorrow, I'll ask for em'

    Response From 3izarre

    CRAP!

    I started a new thread cuz my reply wasn't showing up! my bad lol

    Response From 3izarre

    EGR*

    Response From Hammer Time

    If you have a check engine light coming on, then that's where you have to start. Just because the free service places can't read the codes doesn't mean it can't be done. Your car is in a transition year between OBD1 and OBD2 so it's not 100% of either. That means it can only be read with a professional scan tool which any reputable repair shop should have. It just won't be free.

    Response From 3izarre

    Thanks for your reply,

    I don't have a check engine light, even though I know it should be on. Probably just broke.

    I agree with taking it to another garage or service station, which I'm planning to do at the end of the week. I'm trying to be patient.

    From the symtoms I'm expierencing what do you think it could be? I understand it could be numerous things, but you think its electrical or maybe something messing up in my fuel system, engine trouble?

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    There are three or four items that are very common for this vintage; Might ask the tech if he has checked them:
    1) Mass Air Flow sensor (sometimes you can tap on it lightly with a screwdriver handle, or squeeze with your hand)
    2) Ignition control module (most times, these act up when hot. Can apply heat with a heat gun)
    3) Crankshaft sensor (same as control module)
    4) Faulty injector or harness. (Ohm test cold and hot, ohm test harness)
    I assume that he has already tested fuel pump pressure?

    Response From 3izarre

    Those symptoms sound correct,

    My car always started up in the morning (cold) And would act up when I would get off work around 2:00pm (hot). Thanks for the suggestions, now I have somewhere to start. The mechanic said that he tested the fuel pump pressure, he said he didn't think it was the fuel pump.

    How do I tell my mechanic how to do his job? lol just kidding.

    I guess I'm going to get to work on this I'll report back with good results hopefully.

    Thanks again, 3iz

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    You may want him to check the CTS (coolant temp sensor) as well.

    Response From 3izarre

    Ok,

    Response From Hammer Time

    I gave you a systematic was to isolate down the cause. If you follow that, you will find the source of the problem.