Q: I cant find my egr valve on my 1993 ford ranger v6 4.0l

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I cant find my egr valve on my 1993 ford ranger v6 4.0l

My car has 173000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The vehicle may not be equipped with one. Only the California version emissions have the EGR for this year. You should look under hood for the emission label and see if the vehicle diagram shows an EGR valve on it.

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