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Delphi
1998 Cadillac Eldorado EGR Valve Delphi - Original Equipment

P311-181A45B    W0133-1834170  New

Qty:
$319.27
Delphi EGR Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Original Equipment
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN
1998 - Cadillac Eldorado 9
ACDelco
1996 Cadillac Commercial Chassis EGR Valve ACDelco

P311-1BCCB01    W0133-1971723  New

Qty:
$109.49
ACDelco EGR Valve
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1996 - Cadillac Commercial Chassis
Delphi
2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT EGR Valve 8 Cyl 6.0L Delphi

P311-0BD928A    EG10026  New

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

Qty:
$127.48
  • EGR Valve
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • 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 Engine VIN Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Cadillac Escalade EXT N V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Delphi
1998 Cadillac Seville EGR Valve Delphi

P311-5C90F6D    EG10170  New

FE3206 , 17114577 , EGR1092 , EGV513 , EGV691 , 226129 , 12578040 , 2145058 , 17200258 , 10523 , EGR1043 , EGR1245 , 4F1088 , 17113301 , FE3052 , 17113713

Qty:
$152.75
  • EGR Valve
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • 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 Engine VIN
1998 - Cadillac Seville SLS Y
Delphi
2011 Cadillac DTS EGR Valve 8 Cyl 4.6L Delphi

P311-166159B    EG10311  New

EGR4376 , EGR1280 , FE3538 , 4F1139 , 2141053 , 130-2105 , EGV601 , 2141679 , 28069842 , EGR1067 , EGR1538 , 226166 , 12575313 , 17114734 , EGV778 , 17205000 , 28070820

Qty:
$106.23
  • EGR Valve
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • 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
2011 - Cadillac DTS V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
Standard Ignition
1977 Cadillac Fleetwood EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-0654CC4    EGV329  New

94212300 , D4VE 9D475 AA , 8-94122-478-0 , 17052141 , 3223979 , 8942123000 , 14710-B8010 , D4VY 9D475 C , 14710-H7700 , 14710-H9810 , 14710-M6711 , D4TZ 9D475 G , 14710-N7600 , 19110433 , 7043859 , 14710-M5961 , J3223980 , 14710-H9901 , 14710-H9911 , 18710-PB1-013 , APDQ-72-4A , 17056317 , 17050470 , 17052284 , J3231955 , 17065067 , 7044592 , 3227598 , 135000-1440 , 8942172360 , 94122478 , 14710-P8205 , 135000-0940 , 18710-PB2-671 , 214-5112 , 14710-H9960 , J3223979 , 14710-H7760 , 135000-1226 , 135000-1230 , 14710-M5975 , 8-94212-300-0 , 17052707 , 17052710 , 17055444 , J3227598 , EGR117 , 70-5595 , 94217236 , 14710-H7371 , 41147 , 3231955 , 7030695 , 3225951 , 18710-PA6-902 , 214-1424 , 17052681 , 17050471 , 14710-AA260 , J3225951 , 18710-PB3-661 , 18710-PA6-683 , EGR916A , 046-0017 , 17052144 , 17052140 , 4F1016 , 17052712 , 14710-U6701 , 17051782 , 7040176 , 14710-H9971 , 7043444 , D4VE 9D475 BA , 17052709 , 14710-H8300 , 17052753 , 18710-PA6-682 , 8-94122-072-0 , 14710-M4975 , 17052143 , 10510 , 14710-N4705 , 14710-M5976 , 14710-H7361 , 17052706 , 3223951 , 14710-H7372 , 14710-H8310 , 17056131 , 8-94217-236-0 , 135000-1450 , 17065070 , 18710-PA6-661 , EG10138 , 17056097 , D4TE 9D475 GA , 17052285 , 14710-M4960 , 30382 , 135000-2902 , 8941220720 , 130-145 , 14710-H7770 , D4VE 9D475 CA , 30000 , 3223980 , 14710-H7710 , 18710-PB3-691 , 14710-H9961 , 18710-PA6-901 , 14710 AA260.1 , 170555444 , 12325236 , 046-0065 , 14710-H7360 , 94122072 , 7044037 , 17051802 , 8941224780 , 135000-1220

Qty:
$42.09
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • 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 Fuel Delivery Type
1977 - Cadillac Fleetwood CARB
Standard Ignition
1975 Cadillac Eldorado 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
  • 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 Fuel Delivery Type Fuel Delivery SubType
1975 - Cadillac Eldorado CARB 4BBL
Standard Ignition
1993 Cadillac Fleetwood EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-13CBB33    EGV386  New

214-5412 , 17113376 , 130-2029 , 17112334 , 214-2266 , EGR1466 , 70-5631 , 19210656 , 4F1073 , 17090149 , EG10111 , EGR158 , 214-5078 , 19240972

Qty:
$68.42
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Exhaust stock and reorder
  • 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. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Cadillac Fleetwood
Standard Ignition
1994 Cadillac Fleetwood EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-0E48026    EGV427  New

EGR1082 , 17113382 , 70-5555 , 214-5345 , 214-5084 , 214-5435 , 17092172 , 214-2270 , 30363 , EGR1098 , 17112685 , 19240976 , EG10038 , 4F1077 , 19210659 , 130-2020

Qty:
$63.99
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • 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. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1994 - Cadillac Fleetwood
Standard Ignition
2002 Cadillac Eldorado 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
    • Terminal Type: Pins
  • 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
2002 - Cadillac Eldorado
Standard Ignition
1982 Cadillac Eldorado EGR Valve 6 Cyl 4.1L Standard Ignition

P311-47F372E    EGV672  New

17079787 , 17067397 , 214-5260 , 214-5262 , 17075656 , 17083822 , 17088114 , 17067392 , 19110441 , 17066180 , EG10107 , 17083821 , 19210665 , 17079776 , 17078431 , 17065838 , 17111843 , 214-5414 , 214-5094 , 17083825 , 17070178 , 17066116 , 17078400 , 17063978 , 17055767 , 17078389 , 17079799 , 214-5203 , 17079817 , 17087196 , 17113469 , 19210664 , 17060884 , 17084743 , 17082726 , 17083833 , 17083828 , 17078388 , 19210654 , 17056195 , 130-235 , 17082714 , 17067112 , 214-5362 , 130-226 , 17075653 , 214-5555 , 17111921 , 214-5152 , 17082711 , 17066848 , 17064926 , 17067395 , 17087025 , 17078384 , 17075655 , 214-5226 , 17083839 , 214-5388 , EG10057 , 17078381 , 17056181 , 17110480 , 17078382 , 17082740 , 17079668 , 17070180 , 17111842 , 17067118 , 17082710 , 214-5369 , 17083830 , 17067119 , 17082720 , 41118 , 17113491 , 17067393 , 17082817 , 17066190 , 17064939 , 17082722 , 17083831 , 17082729 , 17087252 , 17082836 , 17055396 , 17062880 , 214-1432 , 17062860 , 41127 , 17057041 , 17067113 , 17078428 , 214-1439 , 17055397 , 17078380 , 17079785 , 214-5171 , 17079816 , 17067394 , 17082709 , 17082723 , 17110478 , 17083834 , 17075658 , 17111852 , EG10104 , 17078410 , 17082712 , 17058455 , 17070188 , 214-5380 , 17112006 , EG10035 , 17079774 , 17062861 , 17067360 , 17084745 , 17070189 , 214-5548 , 17070179 , 17067111 , 17075654 , 17087026 , 17111851 , 17082706 , 17067114 , 17068216 , 17113495 , 17055755 , 17083832 , 17083823 , 17113450 , 17079784 , 214-5529 , 17082716 , 17066879 , 17079775 , 17064909 , 17082713 , 17078383 , 17055416 , 17065807 , 17078409 , 17087194 , 214-5361 , 17070191 , 17078421

Qty:
$56.99
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • 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
1982 - Cadillac Eldorado V 6 Cyl 4.1L 252 -
Standard Ignition
1981 Cadillac DeVille EGR Valve 6 Cyl 4.1L Standard Ignition

P311-47F372E    EGV672  New

17079787 , 17067397 , 214-5260 , 214-5262 , 17075656 , 17083822 , 17088114 , 17067392 , 19110441 , 17066180 , EG10107 , 17083821 , 19210665 , 17079776 , 17078431 , 17065838 , 17111843 , 214-5414 , 214-5094 , 17083825 , 17070178 , 17066116 , 17078400 , 17063978 , 17055767 , 17078389 , 17079799 , 214-5203 , 17079817 , 17087196 , 17113469 , 19210664 , 17060884 , 17084743 , 17082726 , 17083833 , 17083828 , 17078388 , 19210654 , 17056195 , 130-235 , 17082714 , 17067112 , 214-5362 , 130-226 , 17075653 , 214-5555 , 17111921 , 214-5152 , 17082711 , 17066848 , 17064926 , 17067395 , 17087025 , 17078384 , 17075655 , 214-5226 , 17083839 , 214-5388 , EG10057 , 17078381 , 17056181 , 17110480 , 17078382 , 17082740 , 17079668 , 17070180 , 17111842 , 17067118 , 17082710 , 214-5369 , 17083830 , 17067119 , 17082720 , 41118 , 17113491 , 17067393 , 17082817 , 17066190 , 17064939 , 17082722 , 17083831 , 17082729 , 17087252 , 17082836 , 17055396 , 17062880 , 214-1432 , 17062860 , 41127 , 17057041 , 17067113 , 17078428 , 214-1439 , 17055397 , 17078380 , 17079785 , 214-5171 , 17079816 , 17067394 , 17082709 , 17082723 , 17110478 , 17083834 , 17075658 , 17111852 , EG10104 , 17078410 , 17082712 , 17058455 , 17070188 , 214-5380 , 17112006 , EG10035 , 17079774 , 17062861 , 17067360 , 17084745 , 17070189 , 214-5548 , 17070179 , 17067111 , 17075654 , 17087026 , 17111851 , 17082706 , 17067114 , 17068216 , 17113495 , 17055755 , 17083832 , 17083823 , 17113450 , 17079784 , 214-5529 , 17082716 , 17066879 , 17079775 , 17064909 , 17082713 , 17078383 , 17055416 , 17065807 , 17078409 , 17087194 , 214-5361 , 17070191 , 17078421

Qty:
$56.99
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • with Federal Emissions
  • 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
1981 - Cadillac DeVille V 6 Cyl 4.1L 252 -
Standard Ignition
1982 Cadillac Fleetwood EGR Valve 8 Cyl 6.0L Standard Ignition

P311-47F372E    EGV672  New

17079787 , 17067397 , 214-5260 , 214-5262 , 17075656 , 17083822 , 17088114 , 17067392 , 19110441 , 17066180 , EG10107 , 17083821 , 19210665 , 17079776 , 17078431 , 17065838 , 17111843 , 214-5414 , 214-5094 , 17083825 , 17070178 , 17066116 , 17078400 , 17063978 , 17055767 , 17078389 , 17079799 , 214-5203 , 17079817 , 17087196 , 17113469 , 19210664 , 17060884 , 17084743 , 17082726 , 17083833 , 17083828 , 17078388 , 19210654 , 17056195 , 130-235 , 17082714 , 17067112 , 214-5362 , 130-226 , 17075653 , 214-5555 , 17111921 , 214-5152 , 17082711 , 17066848 , 17064926 , 17067395 , 17087025 , 17078384 , 17075655 , 214-5226 , 17083839 , 214-5388 , EG10057 , 17078381 , 17056181 , 17110480 , 17078382 , 17082740 , 17079668 , 17070180 , 17111842 , 17067118 , 17082710 , 214-5369 , 17083830 , 17067119 , 17082720 , 41118 , 17113491 , 17067393 , 17082817 , 17066190 , 17064939 , 17082722 , 17083831 , 17082729 , 17087252 , 17082836 , 17055396 , 17062880 , 214-1432 , 17062860 , 41127 , 17057041 , 17067113 , 17078428 , 214-1439 , 17055397 , 17078380 , 17079785 , 214-5171 , 17079816 , 17067394 , 17082709 , 17082723 , 17110478 , 17083834 , 17075658 , 17111852 , EG10104 , 17078410 , 17082712 , 17058455 , 17070188 , 214-5380 , 17112006 , EG10035 , 17079774 , 17062861 , 17067360 , 17084745 , 17070189 , 214-5548 , 17070179 , 17067111 , 17075654 , 17087026 , 17111851 , 17082706 , 17067114 , 17068216 , 17113495 , 17055755 , 17083832 , 17083823 , 17113450 , 17079784 , 214-5529 , 17082716 , 17066879 , 17079775 , 17064909 , 17082713 , 17078383 , 17055416 , 17065807 , 17078409 , 17087194 , 214-5361 , 17070191 , 17078421

Qty:
$56.99
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • with U.S. Emissions
  • 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
1982 - Cadillac Fleetwood V 8 Cyl 6.0L 368 -
Standard Ignition
1995 Cadillac Eldorado EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-56FA723    EGV691  New

EGR1092 , EG10170 , 17094028 , EG10070 , 911-697 , 17113301 , 214-5058 , 12578040 , 776-02071 , 8-17094-028-0 , 17113713

Qty:
$118.72
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • 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 - Cadillac Eldorado
Standard Ignition
1975 Cadillac Calais 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
  • OE No. 7030836 Genuine Intermotor Quality
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: No Connector
  • 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
1975 - Cadillac Calais
Standard Ignition
1988 Cadillac Eldorado EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-3867C74    EGV835  New

EGR1594 , 17112235 , 4F1086 , 214-5403 , EGR1069 , 214-5080 , 17112033 , 214-5427 , 70-6305 , 17113378 , 17113460 , 214-5402 , 17112034 , EG10114 , EGR4475 , 17112236 , 214-5396 , 214-5539 , 214-5586 , 214-5428 , 130-2015 , 19210678 , 17112581 , EG10039 , 70-6304 , 214-5391 , EGR1013 , 30328 , 17112079 , 4F2025 , 17113506 , 4F2024 , 17112582 , 70-5508 , 19210675 , 214-5390 , 17112080 , 214-5397 , 19210671

Qty:
$62.15
Standard Ignition EGR Valve
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve
  • 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. Direct-fit replacement for ease of installation.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1988 - Cadillac Eldorado
Standard Ignition
1989 Cadillac DeVille EGR Valve Standard Ignition

P311-3867C74    EGV835  New

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ISC trouble '89 Cadillac

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Question From wildmerman66 on ISC trouble '89 Cadillac

I have installed a new ISC motor and connector on my '89 Cadillac El Dorado (V8 4.5/273) but I am still recieving trouble code E30, which is ISC motor out of range. The car continually stalls while in park and when putting it in gear. I have changed the ECM, installed a new temp. sensor w/ pigtail, new battery, the altenator has passed the test, and there are no vacuum leaks detected. However, the ISC motor is still unable to steady the idle speed. I'm guessing the timing may be slightly off but isn't the distributor supposed to try and automatically adjust that? Does anyone out there know the specs for as how far the actuator screw should be screwed into the ISC plunger? Or will the timing need to be absolutely accurate in order for the ISC to function properly?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You're misunderstanding a lot of what is going on here. The ISC out of range doesn't mean it's bad. it means it is trying to overcome the problem and reached it's limits. The other thing is that the although the computer will take care of the timing advance, the base timing has to be set manually while the computer is in bypass mode.
You have something effecting the idle and that's what you have to find. It could be a vacuum leak, EGR valve sticking open, timing, misfire and about a dozen other things.

Response From wildmerman66

Thanx Hammer Time,
The EGR valve was on my checklist but I didn't take it off because I didn't have the gasket or the sealant (if sealant is nec., been awhile since I removed an EGR valve). I will check that out but can you tell me how would I "unstick" the valve because I really don't want to spend $110 on a new one. I will also have the mechanic fine tune the BASE timing because I know it is currently not 10 degrees BTDC. I really appreciate you taking the time out to answer my concern... any more tidbits for me?

Response From Hammer Time

You should be able to re-use the EGR gasket. They are made of asbestos and usually stay whole.
When you remove it, look at the pintle and see if it is fully seated closed. The commonly have big chunks of carbon break off and get lodged in the pintle, not allowing to to seat closed. If you can get it to seat fully, leave the vacuum line off for the time being when you put it back on. If it cures the problem, then put the line back on and see if it remains OK.

Response From wildmerman66

Hammer Time,
I'm trying to adjust my timing for the '89 Cadi... The book says that I need to disconnect the ALDL connector and hook up a fused jumper wire to it. I have no idea what the ALDL is because the book does not provide a picture nor do i know what a fused jumper wire is. I called Pep Boys to see if they sell fused jumper wires and the salesman after a thorough check said they do not sell them. Any ideas? Or is this a step that I can bypass?

Response From Hammer Time

No, you can't skip that step. It takes the computer out of play while you adjust. The ALDL is the diagnostic connector under the dash. You just need to jump A and B together. you can use a paper clip.

Make sure you're not looking at the connector upside down when you look for A and B.

Response From wildmerman66

Man Hammer Time you are a life saver... Thanks a million, bro. Would you happen to know if this is on the driver's side or passenger's side? So, let me get this straight... I stick each end of the paper clip in terminals A and B of the ALDL and then simply adjust the timing? I wonder why the book failed to point this out to the home mechanic...Yesterday, I put a "new" remanufactured starter in that I purchased from Auto Zone. Once I finished hooking everything up the car fired right up. Went out to do the timing this morning and forgot to reconnect the electrical conn. to the distributor after loosening the hold down bolt and twice tried to start the car up. It simply turned over but would not start. Reconnected the electrical conn. and then couldn't get ANY power upon turning the ignition on. Hooked up the jumper and the starter made that clicking noise. Could I have damaged the starter in trying to start the car w/ the dist. elec. conn. not hooked up? Gonna exchange the starter tomorrow morning. Good thing for warranties!

Response From Hammer Time

If i remember right, the connector is at about the middle of the dash, above the hump and below the radio.

Response From wildmerman66

By the way Hammer Time thank you for all your great help. As I stated before you are a life saver. I was able to set the timing with your great help. However, I am still receiving trouble code E30 so I need to set the minimum idle speed because as soon as I crank the car the RPM is anywhere between 1400-2100. The book says the minimum is 525 RPM. What I need is for you to bring a few of the book's instructions into home mechanic/novice lay terms for me. These are the instructions according to Haynes manual:
2.Connect a tachometer in accordance with manu. instructions. (I have an old school "HAWK" w/no instruction booklet, so where would I put the connections?)

3. I now know where the ALDL connector is thanks to you so what I've been doing is putting a U-shaped paper clip in terminals A & B of the ALDL. Is the way I'm using the paper clip suitable?

4. Shut off engine, remove the air cleaner, disconnect the THERMAC vacuum hose (if equipped) and disable the charging system by grounding the green test connector located in the wiring harness at the rear of the altenator. (What would I ground this green connector with and I don't see a green wire at the rear of my altenator? What is this green connector? )

5. Using a pair of fused jumper wires, fully retract the ISC plunger by applying 12 volts to terminal C of the ISC motor connector and grounding terminal D. (What are FUSED jumper wires and do I buy these at the store? Do I use my battery to supply the 12 volts or can I use my battery charger, which has selections of 2, 20, 60 and 250 amps w/12 volts? Which amp selection would be best used w/the charger? I would rather use the charger because I have nothing to lead from my car battery and send the 12V to the ISC connector.)

6. With the ISC motor fully retracted, the plunger should not be touching the throttle lever. If the plunger is contacting the throttle lever, turn the plunger inward (clockwise) until there is clearance between the two and the throttle lever is resting on the minimum idle screw. (Huh? First is says make sure there IS clearance then it says the lever should be resting on the minimum idle screw. Are the plunger references in regards to if the minimum idle screw is removed?)

8.Check and adjust if necessary the TPS setting (see Chapter 6) w/the minimum idle speed set to specification.

9. With the voltmeter still connected to the TPS, fully extend the plunger by applying battery positive voltage (12V) to terminal D of the ISC connector and grounding terminal C. ( Tested the TPS connector and received a reading of 10V. Then tested the voltage on my TPS sensor and I did not receive a reading w/the throttle fully closed and fully open. I used 2 diff. voltmeters. Is this because the min. idle speed is so out of whack?)

10. The TPS voltage should be between the Specs listed (0.44/.55-4.0/4.5 V) w/the ISC motor fully extended. Turn the ISC plunger as necessary to achieve the correct spec. (Am I again turning the idle screw? Will this change the minimum idle speed if I am again turning the screw?)

I would greatly appreciate a little clarification, brother...

Response From Hammer Time

The fused jumper is just a safety precaution. Just use small jumper wires to power the ISC back to fully retracted with it unplugged. You can use your battery for that.

The ISC plunger should not be touching the throttle lever. The throttle lever should be touching the base idle screw in the TBI housing. This is not the ISC that they are referring to. It's a manual stop screw. Don't confuse the ISC plunger with the base idle screw in the TBI. The base idle screw is what gets adjusted to the 525 while the ISC is completely backed off.

I wouldn't mess with the TPS until you get the idle situation straightened out.

Make sure there are no vacuum or EGR leaks anywhere before doing this.

Response From wildmerman66

Hey Hammer,

Mucho gracias senor. But I have a question, how is it that the throttle lever should not be touching the screw in the plunger? Wouldn't I damage the ISC if I screw the screw in too far in order to create a little space in between the two? Thanks for your earlier tip, I finally saw the base idle screw, it sits in the TBI housing right behind the ISC motor and there was so much grime on the throttle body that I couldn't read the TBI marking on the throttle body. So this is the screw I screw in order to attain a 525 minimum idle speed, right? I will clamp paper clips in the jumper wires which are coming from my car battery to the C and D terminal of the ISC connector and this will be sufficient in order to fully retract the ISC plunger? Can I send a jumper wire from my electronics ground box to the alternator's green test connector with a paper clip hooked to it in order to ground the alternator? By the way the A & B on the ALDL should have jumper wires in it too during this process, right? I bent the same paper clip, in a U shape, and stick it in the A and B, is that sufficient?

Response From Hammer Time

Adjusting the ISC for the proper clearance is part of this process but you have to make sure it's electrically fully retracted first so it has the proper range when it's plugged back in.
Unplugging the alternator should world just as good as grounding it if you don't have the test connector.
I'm not sure if jumping the ALDL is in the instructions. It shouldn't be necessary because you are already unplugging the ISC but that may set a code that will have to be cleared later so jumping it out may be the better way to go. Double check the instructions.

Response From wildmerman66

Thanks again Hammer,

I do not have the test connector for the alternator so I will unplug it at the bottom. I assume this is the plug you are speaking of? Today, I ran a jumper wire from the negative terminal on the battery and stuck a paper clip into the test connector that was clamped to the jumper wire. I was able to get the ISC motor to retract and fully extend using jumping wires from my car battery w/paper clips clamped to the end of the jumper wires. I ran into some problems though.

I hooked the jumper wires up to the ALDL because step 3 in the Haynes manual for minimum idle speed adjustment says, " Ground the diagnostic test terminal on the ALDL connector. Set the ignition timing (refer to Ch. 1 timing specifications and procedure)." The driver information center continually read, "SET TIMING MODE". So am I supposed to hook the ALDL connector back up since I set the timing at 10 degrees BTDC???

After retracting the plunger on the ISC motor, I was able to get some clearance between the plunger screw and the throttle lever and had the throttle lever sitting on the base idle screw. I left the electrical connector to the ISC motor off while turning the base idle screw but I was unable to get that bad boy to idle at a minimum of 525 RPM. I turned that screw until it was all the way in and the lowest that made it idle at was 900 RPM. So I ended up putting the base idle screw back in the exact same position it was in because I had not touched it since the trouble code began reading E30 (ISC motor out of range). Prior to that it was idling perfectly. Right now it's idling at a minimum of about 1400 RPM. Way too high!

My other problem is that I am not getting any volt reading from the TPS. The voltmeter is reading zero when I put the leads in the ground and signal terminal the voltmeter reads zero. I have the voltmeter switched to V 1000 and 750. Should I be switching the voltmeter to another selection in order to attain this reading or what? Or does the fact that I still have those jumper wires in the ALDL totally throw this off?? The TPS elec. conn. is reading 5 volts which is what the manual says it should be. I am doing what the manual says and this is what it reads, "Check the signal voltage of the TPS with the throttle fully closed, then gradually open the throttle to full throttle. There should be approximately 0.44 to .55 volts with the throttle closed and 4.0 to 4.5 volts at full throttle. The voltage should increase smoothly as the throttle is opened." "If the readings are incorrect, the TPS may need adjustment or the sensor may be defective." I am hoping that a simple adjustment is all it needs because I do not want to spend money on any more parts for this car.

The reason why I am bringing up the TPS is because of the lack of a reading on the voltmeter and because the manual says, "A broken or loose TPS can cause intermittent bursts of fuel from the injector and an unstable idle because the ECM thinks the throttle is moving." However, I am NOT receiving an on-board diagnostic trouble code for the TPS.

After I fully extended the ISC plunger I checked for voltage in the TPS and got ZERO (Again, is this because I have the voltmemter on the wrong selection?) This is what the manual says to do after fully extending the plunger: "The TPS voltage should be between... with the ISC motor fully extended. Turn the ISC plunger as necessary to achieve the correct spec. Disconnect all testing instruments and reconnect the ISC motor connector. Turn the ignition key Off for at least 15 secs., start the engine and check for proper operation of the ISC motor."

Please Hammer Time let me know what I am doing wrong.... By the way, is there any way I can give you an A+ rating on here?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Quote: ">>Could I have damaged the starter in trying to start the car w/ the dist. elec. conn. not hooked up?"

This vintage of Cadillac isn't my strong suit but unless timing was so far advanced and that causing way too much resistance for starter to crank engine I don't think the distributor could kill the starter. If you continue to crank a starter too long you can kill a new one as they get too hot for that. That motor is not intended for continuous operation. 10-15 seconds then a few minutes to cool for the next try.

If sounding like a small machine gun now it isn't getting enough amps and cables/connections or battery in question,

T

1993 deville bogging down

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Question From mike93 on 1993 deville bogging down

Hi everyone I have a 1993 Cadillac Deville with 104,000 miles with a 4.9 at low speeds hot or cold when i let off the gas and re apply the gas the car bogs down and shakes real a little bit when holding my foot on the gas trying to give it more gas the car has a rebuilt transmission that was done 7 months ago but what is wierd it bogs down at like 25mph and up and once goes lower then 25mph and u feel it down shifts it goes away then once up to 25mph or more the car bogs down again the car has had a full tune up egr valve replaced tps sensor replaced everything has been replaced fuel filter, catalytic converter had a compresssion test done everything was fine please help me oh and also I have no diagnostic codes.

Response From re-tired

You may get lucky . A lot of caddy's have these symptoms . The following repair has fixed several dozen caddy's for me . Follow the main ground wire from battery to the front of engine . It should mount on a stud just in front of the starter . Remove cable and stud , clean everything including block REAL GOOD . Clean battery terminals . Let us know if it helps.

Response From mike93

ok so the wire that goes in front of the starter take off and clen that battery terminals are cleaned but will clean again but the stud and cable in front of the starter take off and clean? thanks

Response From re-tired

There's no guarantee that this will fix. On older caddy's if this ground gets the least bit loose or corroded it will drive the sensors on the eng crazy, anytime you put additional electrical demand i.e. accelerating, turning on ac etc . The eng goes bonkers.

Response From mike93

Ahh it's worth a try maybe and hopefully it will fix it but if not any other ideas on what it could be? thanks

Response From mike93

Hi everyone im still having trouble but let me explain a little better now when the car bogs down and shakes a lil it feels like the car is in cruise control for a second or two because the car moves by it's self when it's bogging down without my foot on the pedal it feels like the car is in torque converter lock up but at the wrong times they had told me after the rebuilt the transmission that they didn't change any of the solenoids but what do you think please help thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Anything could be but the question is did you do what R-T suggested?

By that if confused, it means follow battery ground cable to the engine and clean that up - wire brush, sandpaper - whatever works to get that perfect. Then I'd look to find a strap going from either battery directly or engine to probably firewall to ground it securely as well. Block and metal of car's body need good ground.

R-T has mentioned this quirk a few times here for funky acting problems and that was the solution to most from what I've read from those who came back to say one way or the other.

If you can't find these then add a good one out of every-thing's way from block to body. There are enough existing items to double up use of a bolt for that. No harm done if it fails to fix the problem.

Verbose as I am, body will get some ground thru silly things like throttle cable housings and little stuff but not enough. Most of that stuff is well insulated NOT to be a ground.

Agreed - it's too bad the sensors in trans were not all done when it was rebuilt but this could rule out this part,

T

Response From mike93

yeah didn't try that yet a little confused but i understand now the ground is on the starter from the battery? yeah and im gonna change the solenoids myself soon

Response From Tom Greenleaf

NO! Positive goes to the starter! Better said - starter solenoid which is on top of it on most. Look at battery for indications of which is which - words like "neg" or just the "-" minus sign, color is frequently black for negative, red for positive but could be both black if changed since new??

Don't get those confused or hooked up wrong. Don't have enough headache medicine for what that can do

T

Response From mike93

Ok so it's the negative ground i need to follow and clean but yeah im gonna do that but it's really weird when the car downshifts from second to first it stops bogging down

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Correct. This whole thing is to rule that out as the source of the trouble and hope it is that simple and cheap. May not but as R-T (re-tired) has mentioned, so many strange issues have been just that,

T

Response From mike93

ok i will try that and will let you know

93 deville problems

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Question From mike93 on 93 deville problems

Hey everyone how are you doing im having a problem with my 1993 cadillac deville 4.9L with 103730 miles i having a problem sometimes the car runs great other times the car runs poor the problem is when at a stop or with the engine idling the car idles up and down and sometimes it stalls and also when driving at 40mph and up the car cuts in and out but when i give it gas or have my foot on the pedal the car does it the car does have a vacuum leak which i have to fix maybe it's that but i wanna get your opinon the car has a rebuilt transmission that i had done at aamco which runs great now new egr valve fuel filter air filter spark plugs and wires new distributor cap and rotor everything you can name the car has no code the car runs great other then the erratic idle and when it cuts out the car has had a compression test everything good like i said car runs great other then that.

Response From nickwarner

You pretty much answered your own question. With a vacuum leak it will not work right, and can give these symptoms that you have. Get the leak fixed and most likely your trouble will be gone.

Response From mike93 Top Rated Answer

ok i knew about the erratic idle but didn't know if that would make the car cut in and out at 40mph and above but thanks for replying thnk you very much

Response From re-tired


ok i knew about the erratic idle but didn't know if that would make the car cut in and out at 40mph and above but thanks for replying thnk you very much
Once you have the vac leak fixed ,follow the batt ground cable to front of car . It should be attached to a stud and nut . Unbolt , clean good and reinstall tight .This has fixed more caddy drivability issues than I can remember.

Response From mike93

It's not the positive or negative cables right it's got a new battery but it's right next to the battery? I will try that to thanks for the reply have a great day

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Mike - bit confused here. It's got a new battery - fine. It's no better than the connections and GM connections are prone at the battery and other ends of the cables. Can look ok and not be. They must be good on any car and moreso on this one as RT mentioned,

T

Response From re-tired

Thanks Tom for a positive reply on a negative subject. Mike, as Tom said that I said. Follow the large negative cable from the battery neg (-) post down to where it is bolted to the eng , it should be a stud just in front of starter. Remove stud and clean area,stud and cable end . Reattach good and tight.

Response From mike93

Ok I understand now sorry about that thank never looked at that but now i will check that thnks a lot guys