Q: location of the egr valve on a 2.7 chrysler sebring 2004

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the car starts to shut down when the tact gets to 3500 rpm where is the egr valve located

Hi there. The EGR valve on this engine is located at the end of the cylinder head towards the transmission side. It is bolted to the rear cylinder head. Why the interest in the EGR valve? Do you suspect the valve may be the cause of the drivability concern? There are several other possibilities that may be the cause of the concern. A capable scan tool, proper testing procedures, and a qualified technician are a recipe for success. I suggest having a qualified technician perform an inspection to avoid replacing unnecessary parts. Your Mechanic has several available technicians that can assist you with a car is hesitating inspection.

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